SOCIAL INTERACTION

Social interaction is a process of reciprocal stimulation or response between 2 people. It develops competition, interaction, influences social roles and status and people...

METHODOLOGICAL BEHAVIORISM

is a strand of behaviourism which acknowledges the reality of conscious events but suggests the only way of studying them is through observing behaviour.

MODELING

is a strand of behavioural modelling whereby learning occurs through observation, therefore classed as vicarious learning and then the leaner will reciprocate the behaviour...

Crisis Diagnosis and Intervention

The hybrid model of crisis intervention model would help provide a flexible approach to help Rita. This model is helpful in breaking the situation...

BEHAVIORAL RISK FACTOR

n. any particular behavior or behavior pattern which strongly yet adversely affects health. It increases the chances of developing a disease, disability, or syndrome....

PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESSOR

A major life influencing event that leads to intense stress so profound that it can contribute to the development or aggravation of an existing...

Using the Triage Assessment Form

  Using the Triage Assessment Form Jordan is a married female that is in fear of not just her safety, but her husband Jake’s as well....

SELF-FOCUS

1. An ability a person has to direct conscious attention on themselves, thoughts, desires and emotions. 2. A person's ability to analyse and evaluate...

BEHAVIORAL BASELINE

n. a state of behavior which is steady in form and frequency. As a constant, it serves as a standard against which to compare...

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...

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