Glossary U

Unethical refers to aAn action or conduct which violates the principles of one or more ethical systems, or which is counter to an accepted ethical value, such as honesty.

- Unexpected (uncued) panic attack : Unexpected (uncued) panic attack refers to a panic attack that occurs in the absence of a specific situation or cue.

unexpected discrepancy is a basic premise of definitions of learning disorders that denotes a disparity or discrepancy between an individual’s measured ability and actual performance.

Unitary task refers to a task that cannot be performed piecemeal because it does not break down into any subcomponents.

Universal versus Context-specific development controversy refers to a debate over whether there is a single pathway of development, or several paths. Universal versus Context-specific development controversy is also called Universal versus Context-specific development issue

Universal versus Context-specific development issue refers to an issue whether there is just one path or several paths of development. Universal versus Context-specific development issue is also called Universal versus Context-specific development controversy.

Universalism refers to the belief that there are universal truths about ourselves and about the physical world in general that can be discovered by anyone using the proper methods of inquiry.

Universality refers to a sub-concept in which death is understood as applying to everyone, not to be avoided, that all living things must eventually die, and yet unable to be predicted as to its timing.

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