SEQUENTIAL EFFECT

Choice-reaction tasks. It is the influence of a preceding trial on the performance of the current trail.

PASTORAL COUNSELING

a type of counseling or psychotherapy wherein knowledge and standards stemming from the disciplines of theology and the behavioral sciences are utilized in working...

RANDOM SAMPLING

Selecting individuals for a study by selecting them from a larger potential group. To be random, each is chosen in such a way that...

ALTER EGO

1. An additional character or facet of someone which occurs metaphorically as their replacement or advocate, with diverse attributes. 2. a close, encouraging relative...

FUNCTIONALISM

a general psychological approach that views mental life and behavior in terms of active adaptation to environmental challenges and opportunities. Developed at Chicago university...

ROLE AMBIGUITY

Type of role strain which occurs when shared specifications set for an expected role are incomplete to tell the involved individual what is desired...

INTERPERSONAL PROCESS RECALL (IPR)

Method used to understand the process of psychotherapy and to train therapists and counsellors. Uses taping counselling and psychotherapy sessions that are later analysed...

MICROSLEEP

is the process of entering incredibly short periods of very light sleep which typically occur whilst undergoing monotonous tasks which have been completed habitually...

CONDITIONED

correlated with or explanatory of behavior whose existence, manner of demonstration, or both is the outcome of experience. The two primary categories of experience...

AGE EFFECT

1. any sort of modification of emotional or mental operations or performances, based on age, such as escalated conformation during the course of teenage...

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