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Client-centred therapy

Classical conditioning

Cistron

Cistern

Child-directed speech (CDS)

Cerebrum

Cerebro-spinal fluid

Cerebellum

Centre subregion

Central nervous system (CNS)

one of the two major divisions of the body's nervous system, which is comprised of the brain and the spinal cord. See also peripheral nervous systems.

one of two concentric, circular regions which make up the receptive fields of retinal ganglion cells and which are of opposite sign (excitatory or inhibitory) and exhibit lateral inhibition.

meaning literally 'little brain' the large and richly connected structure at the back of the brain, located under the cerebrum, that links with other sub-cortical structures and with areas of the cerebral cortex to produce finely controlled motor skills - particularly in quick-reaction sports which require rapid movements.

a plasma filtrate that is secreted from the capillaries of the ventricles of the brain and other blood vessels and circulates around these and other cavities.

the two major hemispheres of the brain, which dominate its external appearance and control all voluntary motor activity and higher mental functions.

a term, formerly called Motherese, to describe the short, fluent, grammatically correct utterances, with enhanced intonation, by which mothers, other adults and older children help toddlers to learn language.

a structure which contains the synaptic vesicles and from which bits of vesicle membrane are pinched off.

a piece of DNA, often also called a gene.

the way in which an infant, during its development, learns to associate one event with another. The term is derived from procedures first introduced by Pavlov in his experimentation with dogs, in which a Conditional Stimulus (a bell) was paired with an Unconditional Stimulus (salivating) in order to elicit a response (known as the Conditioned Response), in this case that of the dog salivating even when the bell was sounded without food.

also known as person centred or Rogerian therapy, a form of therapy based on Carl Rogers's theory of personality, which aims to provide clients with a secure and positive emotional base so that they can explore their own ideas and find their own solutions to problems. It brings the client's personal needs into action, viewing the client as intrinsically good and offering a sense of unconditional acceptance and regard for them.

The process of creating genetically identical animals artificially, by causing the cells of parent animals to reproduce and develop into whole animals based on genetic information in the cell nucleus.


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