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Tasks in mourning describes mourning as involving a series of tasks; Worden suggested four (4) tasks: 1. to accept the reality of the loss ; . 2. to work through the pain of grief ; . 3. to adjust to an environment in which the deceased is missing; . 4. to emotionally relocate the deceased and move on with life. Tasks in mourning is one of the interpretations or theories of mourning.

Taste aversion refers to an active dislike for a particular food.

Taste aversion conditioning refers to a form of classical conditioning in which a food item that has been paired with gastrointestinal illness becomes a conditioned aversive stimulus.

TAT isthe abbreviations of Thematic Apperception Test, a projective Personality test in which test-takers are shown pictures and asked to tell stories which is designed to measure var

TAT (Thematic Apperception Test ) refers to a projective personality test in which test-takers are shown pictures and asked to tell stories; a projective technique that purports to reveal patients' personality characteristics by interpreting the stories they produce in response to a series of pictures. Thematic Apperception Test is consisting of 20 different scenes and life situations about which respondents make up stories. It involves showing participants drawings of ambiguous scenes and asking them to write stories about what is happening, which are then scored for the presence of particular themes. It is also designed to measure various need levels. Thematic Apperception Test is also called TAT.
Tat-for-Tat strategy a means of encouraging cooperation by at first acting cooperatively but then always responding the way your opponent did (cooperatively or competitively) on the previous trial

Tau refers to a protein that normally helps maintain the internal support structure of the axons .

Taxes refers to the behaviour that involves movement to or away from a stimulus.

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