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...

SHADOWING

It is cognitive testing. It is used in attention studies where a person repeats word for word as a person speaks a message while...

SCATOPHILIA

Absorbing interest in feces or filth, particularly a paraphilia in which sexual arousal or activity is linked to feces.

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...

SULLIVAN, HARRY STACK (1892- 1949)

Sullivan is chiefly noted for his “interpersonal theory,” an approach to personality and psychotherapy based on the crucial importance of interactions with other people.Sullivan...

S-O-R PSYCHOLOGY

S-O-R psychology is the abbreviation for stimulus-organism-response psychology. It deals with how an organism will respond to a stimulus. The O factors in this...

SOCIAL CLASS (Social Stratification)

A broad social grouping based upon level of prestige determined by such characteristics as occupation, income, family genealogy, moral standing, residential area, and social...

SOCIAL GROWTH

how we develop the ability to deal with other people and different groups in society.

SYMBOLIC FUNCTION

The process primarily described in relation to young children, from age 2 to 4, in which children can create mental images of objects and...

SOCIOTROPY

a person's tendency to place an inordinate value on relationships over personal independence that will leave them vulnerable to depression in the response to...

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