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Reconciliation in the psychology context refers to the process of mending or restoring relationships, typically after conflicts, disputes, or estrangements. It involves resolving differences, addressing hurt feelings, and working towards a state of harmony and understanding between individuals or groups. Reconciliation is an essential aspect of human relationships, fostering healing, forgiveness, and emotional well-being.

Deutsch: Rekonstruktives Gedächtnis / Español: Memoria reconstructiva / Português: Memória reconstrutiva / Français: Mémoire reconstructive / Italiano: Memoria ricostruttiva

Reconstructive memory is a concept in psychology that refers to the way memories are not stored as complete snapshots but rather are reconstructed by the mind each time they are recalled. This theory, proposed by psychologist Frederic Bartlett, challenges the idea of memory as a static and accurate recording of events. Instead, it suggests that recalling an event involves piecing together various stored information to construct a coherent narrative, which may be influenced by one's knowledge, beliefs, expectations, and social context.

English: Recreation / Deutsch: Erholung / Español: Recreación / Português: Recreação / Français: Récréation / Italiano: Ricreazione /

Recreation in the Psychology Context:

In the field of psychology, recreation refers to activities, hobbies, and leisure pursuits that individuals engage in to relax, unwind, and rejuvenate their mental and emotional well-being. These activities play a vital role in promoting mental health, reducing stress, and enhancing overall life satisfaction. In this context, recreation serves as a therapeutic tool that contributes to psychological well-being. Let's explore the concept of recreation in psychology, provide examples, offer recommendations, and discuss its healing and treatment aspects.

"Rectus" is the Latin word meaning "straight" and is used in English to refer to multiple topics in the sciences.

Recur means "to occur again". To return. Any symptom (such as fatigue, fever. etc), any sign (such as a heart murmur, fast heartbeat), or any disease can recur.

Recusant means refusing to submit to authority; dissenting. It also refers to a person who refuses to obey authority. Recusant refers one of the Roman Catholics during 16th and 18th century who refused to attend services of the Church of England and were punished for it.

Reflex refers to an innate, unlearned, consistent, automatic response to a stimulus; a mechanism that enables a specific environmental event to elicit a specific response. Example of a reflex is an eyeblink. Moreover, Reflex is a natural, simple, involuntary motor reaction or response to an external stimulus that causes a physical response. Also an unlearned response induced by specific stimuli that have biological relevance to the organism.

Reflex activity refers to the first substage of Piaget’s sensorimotor stage; infants’ actions are confined to exercising innate reflexes, assimilating new objects into these reflexive schemes, and accommodating their reflexes to these novel objects.

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