- Type of brain waves present when a person is very relaxed or meditating.
- The ability of a test to produce the same results when two different versions of it are given to the same group of people.
- Language that can be understood in several ways.
- The height of a wave.
- A part of the limbic system of the brain that is involved in regulating aggression and emotions, particularly fear.
- The belief that inanimate objects are alive.
- A disorder characterized by refusal to maintain a body weight in the normal range, intense fear about gainingweight, and highly distorted body image.
- Chemicals that block the action of a particular neurotransmitter.
- An inability to remember events that occurred after a brain injury or traumatic event.
Antisocial personality disorder
- A disorder characterized by a lack of conscience and lack of respect for other people’s rights, feelings, and needs,beginning by age fifteen.
- The process of evaluating an environmental challenge to determine whether resources are available for dealingwith it.
- A conflict between two desirable alternatives.