In a psychological context, "labile mood" refers to a mood state in which a person experiences wild, uncontrolled mood swings. Labile mood is also known as labile affect, emotional dysregulation and pseudobulbar affect. ... More »

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a form of anxiety that some people develop after witnessing or experiencing a traumatic series of events. The symptoms of PTSD include nightmares, flashbacks and severe distress. More »

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In continuous form poetry, words are not broken into rhythmic stanzas. In many other types of poetry, lines are often grouped in regular stanzas based on meter, or the rhythm of the words. More »

Behavior management is a process that guides people to change their actions within a specific context. Behavior management is usually used to change negative behaviors and habits such as those that occur in education and... More »

The definition of cognitive processes is the performance of a cognitive activity or a processing and movement that affects the mental contents of a person such as the process of thinking or the cognitive operation of rem... More »

Cognitive complexity is the psychological characteristic or variable that shows how complex or simple the frame and perceptual skill of a person are. It is the extent to which a person differentiates and integrates an ev... More »

"Interpersonal dynamics" refers to the way in which a person's body language, facial expression and other nonverbal mannerisms support a verbal message in one-on-one, or interpersonal, communication. Accomplished profess... More »