EMPIRICAL TEST

Testing a hypothesis with experiments.

LIFESTYLE

the way in which a group or individual prefers to live which then becomes characteristic of that group or person. Factors related to an...

SELF-INVENTORY

a question are used by a person to check the characteristics they perceive to apply to themselves.

OBJECTIVITY

1. the propensity to base decisions and perceptions on exterior information instead of on subjective aspects, like private emotions, beliefs, and experiences. 2. the...

COUNSELING PROCESS

the private procedure therapists and patients participate in when trying to identify, confront, and solve certain issues the patient has in face-to-face interviews.

INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH

an approach where people or information using more than one discipline will collaborate and obtain more detailed information about a topic or situation. More...

MAIN EFFECT

is the consistent effect of a single factor over other factors in the same experiment.

D PRIME

a gauge of someone's capacity to pick up on indicators- more particularly, a gauge of vulnerability or discriminability stemming from signal detection theory that...

GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITION

the name of a disorder that has known physical causes and observable physical psycho

ACTOR-OBSERVER EFFECT

with regard to attribution theory, the propensity for people operating within a scenario to credit the reasons for their disruptive behavior to outside factors...

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