Glossary E

E-learning is defined as the use of computer-based training (CBT) over the Web.

Deutsch: Eifer / Español: Anhelo / Português: Ansiedade / Français: Empressement / Italiano: Zelo /

Eagerness in psychology refers to a state of enthusiastic anticipation, excitement, or willingness to engage in activities or pursue goals. It represents a positive and proactive attitude characterized by a strong desire for achievement and personal growth. Eagerness is an essential aspect of motivation and can significantly impact an individual's behavior and well-being.

EAP is the abbreviations of Employee assistance progam that refers to to the strategies, policies, methods and interventions put in place by the company/organization to promote health and well-being in an organization, especially the health and well-being of all its employees.

EAR stands for "Evoked Action Potential", or sometimes called "Evoked Potentials". It refers to the electrical activity of the brain that is recorded in response to a specific stimulus, such as a sound or visual cue.

Eardrum refers to another term for the tympanic membrane, the membrane located at the end of the auditory canal that vibrates in response to sound.

Early adolescence is defined as a period dominated by the goal of achieving emotional separation from parents and the conflict of separation versus reunion. Early adolescence is moreover, the period of psychosocial development that begins with the onset of puberty and ends around 18 years of age, often with graduation from high school.

Early assessments is defined as assessments used by teachers in the first weeks of school to get to know pupils so that they can be organized into a classroom society with rules, communication, and control.

Deutsch: Frühintervention / Español: Intervención temprana / Português: Intervenção precoce / Français: Intervention précoce / Italiano: Intervento precoce

Early intervention in the psychology context refers to the timely provision of services and support to children, families, and individuals at the earliest signs of psychological, emotional, or developmental issues. The goal is to address problems before they become more complex and entrenched, thereby improving long-term outcomes.