C

Construct validity

Term referring to how well a test or experiment measures up to its claim. Construct…

C

Constitutional types

Constellations of morphological, physiological, and psychological traits as earlier proposed by various scholars, such as…

C

Constitution

A person’s intrinsic physical and psychological endowment; sometimes used more narrowly to indicate physical inheritance…

C

Conscious

The content of mind or mental functioning of which one is aware. In neurology, awake,…

C

Conscience

The morally self-critical part of one’s standards of behavior, performance, and value judgments. Commonly equated…

C

Conjoint therapy

A form of marital therapy in which a therapist sees the partners together in joint…

C

Confusion

Disturbed orientation with respect to time, place, person, or situation.

C

Confrontation

A communication that deliberately pressures or invites another to self-examine some aspect of his or…

C

Conflict

A mental struggle that arises from the simultaneous operation of opposing impulses, drives, and external…

C

Confidentiality

The ethical principle that a physician may not reveal any information disclosed in the course…

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