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Surreptitious.

While surreptitious means secret, it has the additional feeling of "slippery" or "covered up." Amid the Jewish Passover feast of Seder, a grown-up will surreptitiously ...

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She is more wily than frank-the adjective delicious is not usually paired with the noun frankness, and this pairing makes the reader question the authenticity of nathalies frankness. the adjective ...

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Behaviourism. this school of psychology is based on the premise that scientific psychology should study only observable behaviour. from this premise, the behaviourists eventually come to see their ...

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Alarm: essentially a fight-or-flight response; highly physiologicalResistance: physiological changes stabilize as coping sets in and performance, or dealing with the stressor, may appear to be ...

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There is insufficient information in this example to make an accurate diagnosis. However, one might suspect that Rhonda is suffering from a major depression or some other depressive disorder. She ...

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James-lange theory. davids visceral experience of dry mouth, sweating hands, and rapid heartbeat: david feels afraid because of his rapid heart beat.cannon-bard theory. the three men make david ...

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Piagets 4 stages and their key accomplishments and key limitations are given below (derived from weiten and mccann, 2007, pp. 453-459):sensorimotor (0-2 years):accomplishments: object permanence ...

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Joan: internal-stable attribution. explains mays success in being named class valedictorian by ascribing it to her intelligence, which she believes is inherited or passed on from parent to ...

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Cannon-bard theory: stimulus (loss in stock market) => subcortical brain activity => both autonomic arousal (sick to stomach) and conscious feelings (depression, anxiety) schachters two factor: ...

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