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Bottom-up process refers to cognitive , usually perceptual) process guided by environmental input. Bottom-up process is also called “data-driven ” process.

Bottom-up processing refers to a response to a stimulus directly in terms of what is seen or experienced
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Bottom-up processing refers to the act of basing judgments on data rather than on inference .

Bottom-up theories refer to data-driven , that is stimulus-driven theories

Bound morpheme refers to a unit of meaning that exists only when combined or bound to a free morpheme. Bound morpheme is a morpheme that cannot stand alone, but rather is attached to a word stem (free morphemes) , such as -ed attached to the English verb to indicate past tense; -s attached to a noun to indicate plural. Example cook + ed = cooked is the past tense of the verb cook/to cook and duck + s = ducks plural of the noun duck. (see Free morpheme)

Boundaries refer to a s a verbal communication that sets limits on what we accept or tolerate from others.

Boundary conditions refer to the necessary conditions to produce a phenomenon, or the conditions required to obtain the phenomenon.

Boundary marking refers to a technique to change boundaries or interactions among individual family members. An example would be to change the seating of family members in therapy.

Boundary permeability refers to the degree to which boundaries are flexible among family members, and the nature of the contact that family members have with each other.

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