EXTREMITY OF AN ATTITUDE

has been related to the strength of the attitude concerned, for example, one attitude may be treated or looked upon differently to another. Otherwise,...

FEELING

1. The self contained experience of phenomena. The feelings are subjective and are independent of the sensory modality. 2. Any sensation that we have...

FOLLOW-UP STUDY

the study undertaken to see if the short term effects of a therapy will continue after a certain period of time. It is to...

FREUD, SIGMUND

He pioneered psychoanalysis after studying neurology and turning to mental disorders like hysteria. He developed a method of free association leading to recognition of...

FUNCTIONAL STATUS

the measure of a person's ability to perform activities of daily living independently. Functional status may be used as an assessment of the severity...

GESTALT THERAPY

a form of psychotherapy where the focus is on the totality of a person's functioning and relationships in the here and now, rather than...

GROUP CONSCIOUSNESS

1. The awareness of the group and members and common characteristics exhibited by the group. The awareness of the collective. 2. Group's total awareness...

INTERGROUP CONFLICT

The term for disagreement or confrontation between two or more groups and their members. This may involve physical violence, interpersonal discord and psychological tension....

INTERVENING VARIABLE

1. Is an entity and hypothetical and is influenced by an independent variable and influences in turn a variable dependent. 2. specifically more, and...

INVERSE RELATIONSHIP

A relationship which is negative when one variable decreases and the other variable increases, or vice versa

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