RECOLLECTION

The action of recalling past incidents and activities, an operation that takes place automatically in everyday life, as well as in the course of...

REPERTOIRE

Entire range of skills and behaviors that may be exhibited by humans or animals. Generally, a behavior that has been learned; quantified by studying...

REACTION TIME (Response Latency)

The time between the onset of a stimulus and the start of an overt response.Reaction time, or RT, is a measurement of the speed...

ROLE PLAYING (Sociodrama)

A technique of human relations training and psychotherapy in which the individual acts out social roles of other people, or tries out new roles...

RATIONAL LEARNING

Learning through clear understanding of the material and understanding the relationship between the components of the material

READINESS

The degree of preparedness to act or respond to a particular stimulus. 2. The level of preparation for a given task sufficient to result...

RESEARCH

Scientific or scholarly inquiry by which efforts are made to discover and confirm facts, or to allow investigation of a particular topic.

READINESS TEST

A testing technique with the intent of predicting how well an individual is prepared to benefit from instruction in a particular field, i.e. reading...

ROSENZWEIG PICTURE-FRUSTRATION STUDY (P-F)

A projective test which assesses patterns of reaction to typical stress situations.It is an all-too-obvious fact that frustrating experiences are a common feature of...

RETIFISM

Sexual fetish whereby arousal is achieved through the contact or masturbation with a foot or footwear.

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