SPONTANEOUS RECOVERY

the reappearance of a conditioned response after an operant has been taken away. See extinction.

PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS

Social, cultural and environmental influences that affect an individual's or group's mental health and behavior. These may include social situations, relationships, health care and...

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

Interpretation and integration of gathered data to come to a conclusion regarding the psychological and physiological state of a particular individual. Psychological assessment is...

EQUILIBRIUM

The state of mental or physical balance or stability. See homeostasis.

Social & Emotional Benefits of Regular Exercise

Exercise is one of the best ways to remain fit and healthy for people of all ages. The physical benefits of exercising regularly are...

MITIGATING FACTOR

is a factor or fact, in the context or a crime or convicted defendant which supports an argument for a more lenient sentence, such...

VARIANT

noun. With regard to a set of items or occurrences, one which varies from the others in some manner while staying fundamentally alike to...

EGO FUNCTIONS

Psychoanalytical theory. The variouis functions of the ego including self awareness, problem solving, controlling motor functions, memeory etc.

REGRESSION ANALYSIS

A technique for correlating the computation of the most likely value of one variable from the known value of another. Also, a method of...

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.

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