During psychoanalysis, the review and examination of past events which have resulted in current emotional problems. Also, the analytical rebuilding of occurrences that are...
Snout-like or beak-like projection, like that which exists on the corpus callosum where the anterior bend curves back under the frontal lobe.
Commonly referred to as
Lack of aversion to a specific amount of risk involved in making erroneous decisions, in a null hypothesis situation. See also: significance testing.
Number sets generated by chance alone with no predictable order or pattern.
Abbreviation for "Regional Cerebral Blood Flow"
A signal that helps recall the past; something that serves to remind or make one remember something which needs to be done.
Pseudo-psychotherapy technique steeped in regressive therapy. Aims to correct psychological behaviors that may stem from neglect, trauma, abuse, or abandonment which occurred in childhood,...
An explanation in which apparently logical reasons are given to justify unacceptable behavior. In psychoanalytical theory, such an outlook is regarded as a defense...