BLANK SCREEN

n. in psychoanalysis, refers to a figurative screen upon which a patient tries to project his or her innermost feelings and fantasies. As an...

CARRYOVER EFFECT

n. the possibility that effects gained from a previous treatment may still be present and, therefore, be carried over in the next treatment. Also,...

BINOMIAL EFFECT SIZE DISPLAY

Way to arange experimental results that shows the effect of 2 or more treatments based on rate of success and improvement.

CONFIDENCE INTERVAL

a fluctuating scale of values, utilized for approximating the value of a populace quantity from information acquired in a test example, with a predetermined,...

CONSTRUCT VALIDITY

the magnitude to which an analysis or tool is able to gauge an abstract characteristic, capacity, or construct.

COPING STRATEGY

a behavior, sequence of behaviors, or mental process employed to satisfy a taxing or unfavorable scenario or in changing one's response to such a...

COUNTERTRANSFERENCE

noun. The therapy professional's unaware responses to the client and to the client's transference. These ideas and emotions are based upon the professional's own...

CUE-OVERLOAD PRINCIPLE

the standard that a recollecting cue begins to lose efficacy with regard to assisting recollection as objects correlated with that specific cue multiply in...

A-B DESIGN

a setup for experiments requiring the measurement of the dependent variable prior to onset of the experiment and again after it.

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