CATALYST

n. any substance which significantly increases the speed of a chemical reaction. It is only required in small amounts compared to that of the...

CARD-STACKING

A technique used to pursuade and influence opinion by deliberate distortions, by suppressing information, over exaggerating others and other ways of manipukating findings.

CONFIGURAL LEARNING

training to react to a mixture of at least two stimulants matched with a result when none of the stimulants displayed by themselves are...

CONSTITUTIONAL FACTOR

a fundamental psychological propensity to add to character, nature, and the philosophy of certain physical and cognitive diseases. Said elements are inclusive of genetic...

CONVERGENT VALIDITY

a type of construct validity based upon the level to which the gauging tool being examined shows vast involvement with conceptually similar tools.

COUNSELING PROCESS

the private procedure therapists and patients participate in when trying to identify, confront, and solve certain issues the patient has in face-to-face interviews.

CRONBACH'S ALPHA

a record of interior regularity, that being, the variant to which a group of objects touch a sole, one-dimension structure. Commonly referred to as...

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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