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Психология Categorical self
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Case study

Cardio-vascular system

Bystander intervention

Bystander apathy

Bullying persistent

Bottom-up processing

Body-image

Bipolar depression

Biopsychosocial model

Biomedical approach

Biological motion

Binocularly-driven cell

Binocular stereopsis

literally'two-eyed sold vision', this is the process of using binocular disparity to recover information about the relative distance of objects.

a cell with a receptive field in each of the eyes, which will thus respond to appropriate stimulation of either eye.

the stimulus motion produced by animate things which is most often used to refer to particular moving stimuli, where the movement of a person in represented only by a few lights attached to the major joints.

a psychological approach to abnormality which emphasizes both qualitative and quantitative differences in order to ascertain what is underlying a particular symptom or deviation of a diagnostic sign.

a theoretical model applied to the diagnosis of physical and mental-health problems. Bipolar cell a type of retinal cell that connects retinal receptor cells to retinal ganglioncells.

also known as manic depression, a severe form of depression where the sufferer alternates between periods of depression and mania, and during the manic phase is irritable, overactive and shows extreme recklessness.

in self-descriptions, a person's perceptions of their own body, which may involve either neutral descriptions relating to height, weight, etc., or evaluative judgements of appearance.

a type of information processing which is thought to progress from a simple description of the stimulus (e.g. the image) to a more complex description of the external world (i.e. a perceptual model).

Broca's aphasia

a condition, described by the French surgeon, Paul Broca, where people have slow and stilted speech as a result of a dysfunction in the precentral gyrus responsible for organizing speech output.

aggressive behaviour directed towards a particular victim, particularly children at school, who cannot retaliate effectively.

the refusal of strangers to help someone who is clearly in need of it.

when a stranger helps someone who is clearly in need of it

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The heart, lungs and blood circulation systems of the body

a detailed study of one particular example of a phenomenon which involves in-depth analysis of a particular individual's behaviour.

The part of the self-concept containing factual information, such as height, age or gender.


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