CAUSALITY

n. in philosophy, refers to the concept that all events occur through causes, and that these same events are a result of preceding events....

CONCOMITANT VARIATION

1. the modification of two sensations simultaneously, wherein the variables might be informally connected or both variables might be impacted by another outlying variable....

CONGREGATE LIVING FACILITY

a place where elderly individuals can live with one another in a community setting, sharing meals and participating in group activities together, but retaining...

CONTINGENCY CONTRACT

a collectively agreed-upon account between an educator and pupil, a mother or father and kid, or a patient and therapy professional concerning the development...

COPING STRATEGY

a behavior, sequence of behaviors, or mental process employed to satisfy a taxing or unfavorable scenario or in changing one's response to such a...

COUNTERTRANSFERENCE

noun. The therapy professional's unaware responses to the client and to the client's transference. These ideas and emotions are based upon the professional's own...

CULTURAL

adjective. Culture-bias theory that gauges of intellect might be prejudice or carry a preference for some members over other specific groups and against those...

A-B DESIGN

a setup for experiments requiring the measurement of the dependent variable prior to onset of the experiment and again after it.

Psychology Word of the Day CUE EXPOSURE, n: a behavior therapy method wherein a patient is subjected to stimulants that elicit cravings for substances that...

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