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The APA Dictionary of scientific Psychology keeps all of the most sensible gains of the father or mother dictionary, together with 11,000 entries providing balanced insurance from throughout such center parts as overview, review, analysis, prevention, and remedy of emotional and behavioral issues; education and supervision; in addition to phrases extra regularly appropriate to numerous organic, cognitive, developmental, and personality/social mental underpinnings of psychological wellbeing and fitness. a useful source, the APA Dictionary of medical Psychology solutions the wishes of medical psychologists, whether or not they paintings in health and wellbeing or psychological health and wellbeing clinics; in self sustaining or crew practices; or as experts to pros in such fields as medication, legislations, social paintings, and client family.

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By Gary R., Ph.D. VandenBos, Gary R. VandenBos, Ph.D.

The APA Dictionary of scientific Psychology keeps all of the most sensible gains of the father or mother dictionary, together with 11,000 entries providing balanced insurance from throughout such center parts as overview, review, analysis, prevention, and remedy of emotional and behavioral issues; education and supervision; in addition to phrases extra regularly appropriate to numerous organic, cognitive, developmental, and personality/social mental underpinnings of psychological wellbeing and fitness. a useful source, the APA Dictionary of medical Psychology solutions the wishes of medical psychologists, whether or not they paintings in health and wellbeing or psychological health and wellbeing clinics; in self sustaining or crew practices; or as experts to pros in such fields as medication, legislations, social paintings, and client family.

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The term is often used in situations where emotions dominate the person’s awareness. affective theory a framework underlying cer- affective disorder see mood disorder. affective education any program in which tain approaches to psychotherapy that emphasizes the importance of feelings and emotions in therapeutic change. learning is focused on or derived from emotion rather than reason, for example, a curriculum designed to enhance students’ emotional and social growth and encourage positive behavior change.

A means by which something is done or caused. For example, an infectious agent is a bacterium or other microorganism that causes a particular disease. —agentive adj. agentic orientation an emphasis on achieving, doing, succeeding, and making one’s own mark in the world, which may be expressed through such traits as competitiveness and selffocus. age of consent the age at which an individual is considered legally competent to assent to something, especially sexual intercourse or marriage. age of onset the chronological age at which symptoms of a disease or disorder first appear in an individual.

They are more likely to join groups and to base their identities on their memberships. Also called interdependent. Compare idiocentric. See also sociocentrism. —allocentrism n. allochthonous adj. stemming from sources or forces external to a particular system: not indigenous or innate. Compare autochthonous. allocortex n. those regions of the cerebral cortex that are phylogenetically older and have fewer than six main layers of cells. The allocortex is involved primarily in olfactory functions and limbic functions related to memory and emotion, and comprises the three-layered archicortex (or archipallium), found mostly in the hippocampus, and the four- or five-layered paleocortex (or paleopallium), found mostly in the pyriform area and parahippocampal gyrus.

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