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The term "buttock" refers to the two rounded fleshy parts at the back of the human body, below the waist and above the legs. They are also known as the glutes or gluteal muscles.
The Glossary of Psychology describes everything about the World of Psychology. Terms, Treatments, biographies, ... .
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The Psychology Glossary +++ '“Felt responsibility” hypothesis', '"Split-brain" operation', '“In-group/Out-group” schema'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Ammerman technique', 'Associative shifting', 'Analogue study'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Born criminal', 'Bait-and-switch', 'B = f(P,E)'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Criminaloids', 'Corey’s model of ethical decision-making', 'Context-bound word use'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Displacement', 'Deviation IQ', 'Developmental History'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Equivalent-forms reliability', 'Equifinality', 'Empirical criterion keying'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'First instinct fallacy', 'Four-Factor Theory of Emotion', 'Forensic Psychophysiology'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'General cognitive index (GCI)', 'Goal-corrected partnership', 'Agoraphobia'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'High-amplitude sucking (HAS) technique', 'Hypocrisy paradigm', 'Hospital'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'IMPACT theory', 'Inverse projection problem', 'Inclusive listening'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Job Components Inventory', 'Jurisdictional ambiguity', 'Job Elements Inventory'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Key-issues approach', 'Kewpie doll effect', 'Kinetic cues'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Life-cycle forces', 'Lawshe tables', 'Lay-referral system'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Multiple approach-avoidance conflict', 'Mirror-image perceptions', 'Multiple time-series designs'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Niche-picking', 'Neurotic needs', 'No-nonsense parenting'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Orgasmic reconditioning', 'Overconfidence barrier', 'Option'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Problem space hypothesis', 'Partial counterbalancing', 'Psychic epidemics'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Quote from kahlil gibran', 'Qigong', 'QALY'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Reciprocal gene–environment model', 'Representational Play', 'Response chaining'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Syzygy', 'Social orientation theory', 'Self'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Thematic groupings', 'Target-based expectancies', 'Treatment'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Universal versus Context-specific development controversy', 'Ulnar grasp', 'Uberwelt'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Verbigeration', 'Vicarious reinforcement', 'Values'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Whole-object assumption', 'Window of vulnerability', 'Withdrawn-rejected children'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Xenotransplantation', 'X chromosome', 'X-rays'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Yale Attitude Change approach', 'Yes/no questions', 'Yammer'
The Psychology Glossary +++ 'Zone of maximum comfort', 'Zone of maximum performance potential', 'Zeitgeist theory'
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Attitude a key concept of social psychology refers to a favorable or unfavorable evaluative reaction . . . Read More
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Feedback refers to a nonjudgmental conversation that points out both positive and negative aspects of . . . Read More
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Behavior refers to the observable response a person makes to any situation. It also includes the reactions . . . Read More
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- In the context of psychology, a "subject" is an individual who participates in a research study or . . . Read More
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Phenomenology is a term used to refer to the study of the contents of human Consciousness without regard . . . Read More
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Functionalism is a term in the Psychology of Language that refers to the theory that the structure of . . . Read More
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Phenotype refers to the visible properties of an organism that are produced by the interaction of the . . . Read More
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Consequent events refer to the outcomes, or events that follow from the Behavior of interest; - - In . . . Read More
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Triggers refer to factors that increase the likelihood that a person will seek treatment; - - In psychology, . . . Read More
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Life events are major events in a person’s life that require change or adaptation; - - In psychology, . . . Read More