MOOD-DEPENDENT MEMORY

is a theory which suggests the rate at which a memory can be retrieved is dependent on the mood the individual is currently in.

EFFECT SIZE

The size of an effect in a study. See combing effect sizes- statistical significance.

INTERRUPTED-TIME-SERIES DESIGN

Experimental de-sign with an intervention and the effects of it are compared and evaluated with an outcome that is measured and obtained at several...

STRUCTURAL FAMILY THERAPY

Is a family psychotherapy that gives a modus for analytical approach to family problems that goes from the assumption that family problems are due...

QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

An experiment in which participants are assigned to either control groups or experimental groups in a non-random manner.

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