Glossary of Psychology
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Multisystemic treatment (MST)multisystemic treatment (MST) refers to an approach to treatment that attempts to address the multiple determinants of problematic behavior by involving family members, school personnel, peers, juvenile justice staff, and others in the child’s life, and by drawing on multiple techniques such as parent management management training, cognitive problem-solving skills training, and marital therapy, as well as specialized interventions such as special education placements, referral to substance abuse treatment programs, or referral to legal services.
NonREM sleep/Non-REM sleep- NonREM sleep/Non-REM sleep : NonREM sleep which is another name for Non-rapid eye movement sleep refers to type of sleep that is divided into four (4) stages. Usually about 75\% of the night is spent in NREM Sleep. Non-
OIOI is the abbreviations of Osteogenesis Imperfecta that referring to range of diseases caused by an abnormality in the collagen protein that the body requires for bones as well as other structures, such as teeth, ligaments and skin. The condition often leads to an increased likelihood of fractures, as well as fragile teeth, lax joints, bruising and blue or grey sclera (whites of eyes). Some people with brittle bone diseases develop deafness and some have short stature.
Pedophilia refers to a Paraphilia involving strong sexual attraction toward children. Pedophilia A paraphilia in which an adult's sexual urges are directed toward children.
Rapid eye movement sleepRapid eye movement sleep also known as REM is a stage of sleep that accounts for approximately two (2) hours of the total sleep cycle, with the average person experiencing as many as