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BDD is the abbreviations of Body dysmorphic disorder that refers to a somatoform disorder featuring a disruptive preoccupation with some imagined defect in appearance - "imaged ugliness". Moreover, BDD refers to a disorder characterized by the affected individual’s preoccupation about some imagined defect in his or her body, causing extreme self -consciousness, embarrassment, avoidance of activities, and body camouflaging.

Beat Drug refers to phoney of fake drugs or substances sold to buyers in place of actual/real drugs.

Beck Depression Inventory refers to a pencil and paper test used in conjunction with professional where subjects rate themselves on a variety of symptoms/experiences and is used to as

Becoming is the state of everything in the universe according to Heraclitus. Nothing is static and unchanging; rather, everything in the universe is dynamic, that is, becoming somethi

Bedwetting refers to involuntary urination in bed. Bedwetting is called "Enuresis ," from the Greek "enourin" meaning "to urinate in."Bedwetting which is also called Nocturnal Enuresis refers to involuntary passage of urine (urinary incontinence ) while asleep. Moreover, Bedwetting is a failure to control the bladder during the night. It is frequently used interchangeably with Enuresis, although Bedwetting refers to the behavior itself and Enuresis is a diagnostic category , related to the age of the child.

Behavior refers to the observable response a person makes to any situation. It also includes the reactions or movements made by an individual usually in relation to the environment.

Behavior Analysis refers to an effort to identify as many factors as possible that could be contributing to a child’s problem behavior, thoughts, and feelings , and to develop hypotheses about which ones are the most important and/or most easily changed.

Behavior categories refer to categories of behavior to be observed, like group play, play alone, aggression , social interaction . A set of behavior categories and a list of exactly which behaviors count as examples of each are developed before observation begins.

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