Glossary W

Work stage refers to stage 4 of the helping relationship, with its primary goal being to facilitate progress toward specified treatment goals.

work-family facilitation refer to Individual coping strategies and family friendly attitudes and resources of the workplace that make it easier for employees to address pressing family demands within the scope of their daily work.

work–family conflict refers to the feeling of being pulled in multiple directions by incompatible demands from one’s job and one’s family

- Working memory : Working memory refers to the short-duration, limited-capacity memory system that simultaneously stores and manipulates information in order to accomplish a task; also called "scratch-pad" memory.

working backward refers to a problem-solving technique that identifies the final goal and the steps, in reverse order , that are necessary to reach the goal.

working memory refers to a form of memory with both storage and processing functions . Working memory is used to hold information for a short period of time as well as to perform various operations on the stored information. Moreover, Working Memory is the capacity to store and transform information being held in the short-term system . It is the structure of memory that can hold a sensory stimulus for up to 30 seconds after the trace decays . Working Memory is also called Short-Term Memory. See Short-Term Store.

- working memory (WM) : working memory (WM) refers to a memory structure proposed by Baddeley, described as consisting of a limited-capacity work space that can be allocated, somewhat flexibly, into storage space and control processing . It is thought to consist of three components: a central executive , a phonological loop, and a visuospatial sketch pad.

Working model of a close relationship refers to a infant's working model from his or her early attachments when the he or she develops a mental representation, schema, or working model of what a close relationship is all about which are the feelings, thoughts, beliefs, and expectations learned during the course of those first close relationships

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