AUTHENTICITY

1. the quality of being genuine and true to one's own values2. in psychotherapy and counseling, a valued characteristic of the therapist, who must...

VOLITION

noun. 1. the faculty by which a person decides on and dedicates their self to a specific path of action, specifically whenever this takes...

BINOMIAL EFFECT SIZE DISPLAY

Way to arange experimental results that shows the effect of 2 or more treatments based on rate of success and improvement.

SELF-REGULATION

how we control our behaviour by self-monitoring desires as well as the desirable behaviour. Read about the self-control; self-management. Self- regulation and related processes...

LIFE-HISTORY METHOD

an interview which takes a structured approach to obtaining historical data about events when evaluating an individuals current functioning.

PRIDE

A conscious emotion characterized by the attainment of a goal and that accomplishment resulting in recognition and approval from others in the group. Pride...

ADHERENCE

noun. 1. the ableness of a person to comply with a therapeutic program, specifically those comprising drug therapy, guided by a medical professional. Exterior...

CAUSAL AMBIGUITY

The situation where an effect occurs but the exact cause is not known.

EMOTIONAL BLOCKING

Inhibition of thought, speech due to extreme emotion. See blocking.

Latest news