CROSS-SITUATIONAL CONSISTENCY

the magnitude to which a psychological trait is expressed in the exact same, or in an operationally equal, way in varying social settings.

ACTIVE RECREATION

a type of leisure treatment where a person actively takes part in an operation, like running, which demands actual physical and cognitive effort.

ALTRUISTIC BEHAVIOR

behavior carried out for the advantage of other people. Selfless behavior consists of a variety of approaches, such as expression of recognition, assistance, and...

ARCHIVAL RESEARCH

the use of books, journals, documents, data sets, manuscripts, and other records or cultural artifacts in scientific research, that do not pertain to current...

AVAILABILITY ERROR

refers to cognitive errors made because the first item that comes to mind is often mistaken for the best or most representative solution.

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...

BIOGRAPHICAL METHOD

n. the collection and analysis of an account on a person. It may be the whole or a portion of this person's life. It...

CASE HISTORY

n. a complete record of information containing all data about a patient's medical or psychological condition. It may cover health, family, and social history,...

CONCENTRATIVE MEDITATION

a kind of meditation that concentrates on a sole stimulant- a certain visual- a certain noise, mantra, term, etc.- a certain though.

CONSEQUENCE

noun. A result of behavior in a chosen scenario.

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