INTRINSIC BEHAVIOR

1. rewarding behaviour that is inherent. 2. A specific organ and a type of behaviour that is expressed through it (e.g. smiling, knee jerk...

BIOSOCIAL THEORY

in social and behavioral science, refers to an approach which looks into the possibility that a mental illness or personality disorder might significantly be...

FREE WILL

Name used to describe the capacity that a person has for making their own decisions and directions in life. We need it for moral...

L DATA

Based on the life record or life history of an individuals and the information about their personality, see o data, q data, t data

FALSE POSITIVE

is considered the binary opposite to a false negative where in diagnostics for example, an individual may not actually have a condition but a...

FUNCTIONAL

1.Psychology. Denoting or referring to a disorder where normal behavior changes without an observable organic or structural cause. 2. Generally, based on or relating...

INTERPERSONAL

the term that deals with the actions, events and feelings that exists between 2 or more people.

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