SOCIAL CONTEXT

These are general environment or circumstances that are the social framework for interpersonal and individual behaviour.

SOCIAL PUNISHMENT

any negative stimulus like shunning, emotional withdrawal or sign of disapproval. Compare social reinforcement.

SOCIOCENTRISM

1. A need to put the needs and concerns of a social group or unit ahead of your own. 2. Looking at the view...

STIMULUS FUNCTION

Stimulus function is to evoke the response in an organism is the function of stimulus. In operant conditioning, a stimulus is presented to act...

SELF-ABASEMENT

Degradation or humiliation of oneself, especially because of feelings of guilt or inferiority. Acute subjugation of oneself to the will of another. Also known...

SOCIETY

1. An enduring social group where members are interdependent and have a common culture. 2. A well-established group of people that get new members...

SPECIFIC TRANSFER

using the skills from task in a similar task where the skills are relevant. Compare general transfer.

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...

SYMBIOTIC PSYCHOSIS

situation which usually happens with children from 2 to 5 years old, where child is completely emotionally attached to mother, and reacts stressfully if...

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...

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