RECURRING-PHASE THEORIES

Theory which asserts that definite, distinct motifs will always predominate in group settings and dynamics.

REDUNDANCY ANALYSIS

Examination of the degree of redundancy.

REFERENTIAL ATTITUDE

Expectant demeanor found in some subjects with schizophrenia or other psychopathology who may be searching for justification through environmental absolution for their own ideas...

REFLEX INHIBITION

When a reflex is prevented or reduced due to a contradictory reflex occurring or having just occurred.

REFRAMING

Developing a new conceptual or emotional outlook relating to situations experienced, and putting it into another frame which follows the facts or evidence equally...

REGRESSION TOWARD THE MEAN

The phenomena of an extreme variable becoming closer to the average in subsequent measurements.

REHABILITATION TEAM

Assembly of specialists that integrate their endeavors to achieve rehabilitation of subjects on an individual basis.

REISSNER'S MEMBRANE

In the auditory labyrinth, membrane which separates the scala media and scala vestibuli in the cochlea. Also known as: vestibular membrane.

RELATIONAL MAPPING

Using relational information to apply information gathered for one set of factors to another set.

RELATIVISM

A philosophy which deems truth to be a function of cultural concepts and contexts, dependent on individual persons, times, or places.

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