JOHN HENRY EFFECT

an effect in which competitiveness between a control group and an experiment group to rivalry efforts that disturb the experiment.

BEHAVIORAL MODELING

n. in psychotherapy, refers to a process in which a person functions as a model for others by exhibiting the specific behavior that needs...

LOOKING-GLASS SELF

is a theory which attempts to explain the mechanism and reasoning behind humans consistent attempts to evaluate their own performance first proposed by U.S....

SUPEREGO

In psychology, this is one of the elements of our psyche, which in totals contains three elements: id, ego and superego. Superego is the...

KSAOS

Knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics and the abbreviation

TRUE SCORE

with regard to classical test theory, the portion of a gauge or score which depicts the actual quantity of the trait held by the...

PSYCHIATRIST

A highly trained physician who holds a specialty in diagnosing, treating and study of mental disorders. Training (in the United States) includes 4 years...

MODELING

is a strand of behavioural modelling whereby learning occurs through observation, therefore classed as vicarious learning and then the leaner will reciprocate the behaviour...

ANGER

n. an emotion characterized by hostility and the expression of frustration. The function of this emotion may be cathartic, protective, or designed to remove...

DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

1. Process of deciding which of 2 diseases are showing overlapping systems. 2. Distinction between 2 or more similar conditions by identifying the critical...

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