Glossary T

Tai chi refers to a Chinese martial art. It has been termed a kind of "meditation in motion" and is characterized by soft, flowing movements that stress precision and force.

In the psychology context, talent refers to a natural aptitude or skill that enables individuals to perform certain tasks with superior proficiency compared to others. It represents an innate or highly developed capability that often emerges early in life and can be nurtured through training and practice. Psychological research on talent explores its identification, development, and the factors influencing its manifestation, including genetic predispositions, environmental influences, motivation, and the role of deliberate practice.

Talion refers to a punishment identical to the offense, as the death penalty for murder.

Tantalize means to tease or torment by showing something desirable but keeping it out of reach.

In psychology, a tantrum refers to a sudden outburst of anger, frustration, or emotional distress, typically exhibited by children. Tantrums are often characterized by intense crying, screaming, kicking, and other forms of physical and emotional expression. Tantrums are a normal part of development for young children, but can be challenging for parents and caregivers to manage.

The Tapering is the process athletes use to reduce their training load for several days prior to competition.

- Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) : - Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) : Tardive Dyskinesia or TD refers to a disorder that sometimes develops as a side effect of long-term treatment with neuroleptic (antipsychotic) medications. It is a neurological disorder consisting of abnormal, involuntary body movements caused by certain medicines. It is usually associated with long-term use of medicines for treating schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. It is characterized by abnormal involuntary movements of the patient's face, mouth, trunk, or limbs

Target behaviors refer to the behaviors of a person that are the primary problems of concern.

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