STEREOTYPE

a set of generalisations about a group of people or a social category. It may correct or incorrect. Mostly, these statements are exaggerated. See...

STRESS

Is the state which is seen in response to internal or external stressors. Every system of the body responds to stress in varying ways....

STIMULUS

Any external or internal situation, event or agent that arise a response from animal or human. Stimulus can be of many types. Conditioned stimulus...

SOCIAL REHABILITATION

1. The achievement of a higher level of social functioning in people with mental disorders or disabilities. 2. Achievement of a higher level of...

SOMNAMBULISTIC STATE

where a person will, walk, talk or do complex actions while asleep. If we see it historically, it refers to a hypnotic phase in...

SOCIAL SKILLS

These are the skills that allow a person to interact and to act appropriately in given social contexts. The skills include assertiveness, coping, communication...

SOCIAL SUPPORT

The providing of assistance or comfort to other people to help them cope with a variety of problems. Support comes from interpersonal relationships, family...

SUBSTITUTION

Substitution of inappropriate feelings or impossible aims with more appropriate and achievable. Substitution can be both positive or negative answer. It is just like...

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

the gradual gaining of skills, relationships and attitudes that enables a person to interact in society.

SOCIAL CONVENTIONS

These are the established rules, procedures and methods that are accepted as a guide for social conduct see social norms. Etiquette and social decorum...

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