BURNOUT

n. a state of extreme physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion. It is characterized by a decrease in motivation and performance. On the psychological and...

CAUSAL MECHANISM

n. the physical, if not the most immediate, means of bringing about the desired effect. For instance, other than using lock-and-key, it is turning...

CONCURRENT THERAPY

1. the employment of two remedies simultaneously. 2. with regard to marriage, couples, or family therapy, the treatment of significant others, relatives, husbands, and...

CONSCIENTIOUSNESS

the propensity to be arranged, accountable, and possess a strong work ethic, interpreted as one end of a facet of personal differences in the...

CONTRAST ERROR

a kind of rating error wherein the analysis of an objective individual in a set of people is impacted by the degree of functioning...

COUNSELOR

someone who is expertly skilled in social work, psychology, counseling, or nursing who possesses specific training in at least one counseling department, like rehabilitative...

CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY

a department of psychology which examines likeness and difference in human actions spanning various cultures and recognizes the varying psychological structures and explanatory designs...

A-B DESIGN

a setup for experiments requiring the measurement of the dependent variable prior to onset of the experiment and again after it.

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