Glossary W

Withdrawal delirium refer to frightening Hallucinations and body tremors that result when a heavy drinker withdraws from alcohol.

Withdrawal design refers to the removal of a treatment to note whether said treatment has been effective.

withdrawal symptoms refer to physical or psychological symptoms such as convulsions, tremor, vomiting, insomnia, anxiety, muscle pain and sweating that follow the abrupt discontinuation of a drug that produces physical dependence. It is a physical illness and discomfort following the withdrawal of a drug.

Withdrawal -destructiveness relationship refers to the Fromm's theory where a relationship is characterized by distance, apathy, or aggression

Withdrawn refers to a path to peer rejection in which children are shy and selfconscious.

Withdrawn-rejected children refer to a sub-group of rejected children who are usually passive, socially anxious, socially unskilled, and insensitive to peer-group expectations..

within-group designs refer to designs in which the same group of participants is compared at different points in time, as in before and after a treatment is administered

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