eBook The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology, 4th Edition

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Psychologists, researchers, teachers, and students need complete and comprehensive information in the fields of psychology and behavioral science. The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology four volume set has been the reference of choice for almost three decades. This indispensable resource is updated and expanded to include much new material. The Fourth Edition features over 1,500 entries; complete coverage of DSM disorders; and a bibliography of over 10,000 citations. Readers will benefit from up to date and authoritative coverage of every major area of psychology.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Preface.
How to Use This Encyclopedia.
Corsini Encyclopedia Entries.
Contributors.
1: ABA and ABAB Designs.
2: Abnormal Psychology.
3: Abnormality.
4: Abortion Counseling.
5: Abreaction.
6: Academic Achievement.
7: Acculturation.
8: Achievement Motivation.
9: Achievement Need.
10: Acquired Drives.
11: Acting out.
12: Action Selection.
13: Actualization.
14: Addiction.
15: Adjustment Disorder.
16: Adler, Alfred (1871–1937).
17: Admissibility of Expert Testimony.
18: Adolescent Depression.
19: Adolescent Development.
20: Adult Intellectual Development.
21: Adulthood and Aging.
22: Advertising Psychology.
23: Aesthetics.
24: Affective Development.
25: Affiliation Need.
26: Age Regression.
27: Aggression.
28: Aging and Intelligence.
29: Aging, Physiological and Behavioral Concomitants of.
30: Agoraphobia.
31: Ainsworth, Mary D. Salter (1913–1999).
32: Akathisia.
33: Alcohol Use Disorders.
34: Alexia/Dyslexia.
35: Alexithymia.
36: All-or-None Law.
37: Allport, Gordon Willard (1897–1967).
38: Allport-Vernon Study of Values.
39: Alpha Rhythms.
40: Altruism.
41: Alzheimer's Disease.
42: Ambivalence.
43: Ambulatory Assessment.
44: American Board of Professional Psychology.
45: American Psychological Association.
46: American Psychological Association Code of Ethics.
47: American Psychological Association of Graduate Students.
48: American Psychology-Law Society.
49: American Psychosomatic Society.
50: Amnesia.
51: Amygdala.
52: Analog Research Methods.
53: Analysis of Covariance.
54: Analysis of Variance.
55: Analytical Psychology.
56: Anastasi, Anne (1908–2001).
57: Anger.
58: Anger Management.
59: Animal Cognition.
60: Animal Intelligence.
61: Animal Learning and Behavior.
62: Anomic Aphasia.
63: Anorexia Nervosa.
64: Antabuse and Other Drugs for Treating Alcoholism.
65: Anthropology.
66: Anthropomorphism.
67: Antianxiety Medications.
68: Anticonvulsant Medications.
69: Antidepressant Medications.
70: Antipsychotic Medications.
71: Antisocial Behavior.
72: Antisocial Personality Disorder.
73: Anxiety.
74: Anxiety Disorders.
75: Applied Behavior Analysis.
76: Approach-Avoidance Conflict.
77: Aptitude Testing.
78: Archetypes.
79: Argentina, Psychology in.
80: Art Therapy.
81: Asian Psychologies.
82: Asperger Syndrome.
83: Assessment Psychology.
84: Assistive Technology.
85: Association for Behavior Analysis International.
86: Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
87: Association for Psychological Science.
88: Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers.
89: Asthma.
90: Athletic Coaching.
91: Attachment and Bonding.
92: Attachment Disorders.
93: Attachment Styles.
94: Attachment Theory.
95: Attention Lapses.
96: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
97: Attitudes.
98: Attribution Theory.
99: Auditory Perception.
100: Australia, Psychology in.
101: Authoritarianism.
102: Autistic Disorder.
103: Autoshaping.
104: Avoidance Learning.
105: Avoidant Personality Disorder.
106: Babinski Sign.
107: Bandura, Albert (1925–).
108: Barnum Effect.
109: Base Rates.
110: Battered Woman Syndrome.
111: Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development.
112: Beck, Aaron T. (1921–).
113: Beck Depression Inventory-II.
114: Behavior Assessment System for Children.
115: Behavior Modification.
116: Behavior Problems of Childhood and Adolescence.
117: Behavioral Activation.
118: Behavioral Assessment.
119: Behavioral Inhibition.
120: Behavioral Modeling.
121: Behavioral Observation.
122: Behavioral Pediatrics.
123: Bem Sex Role Inventory.
124: Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test.
125: Beta and Gamma Rhythms.
126: Bibliotherapy.
127: Binet, Alfred (1857–1911).
128: Bioenergetic Therapy.
129: Biofeedback.
130: Biographical Data.
131: Bipolar Disorder.
132: Birth Order.
133: Bisexuality.
134: Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
135: Bogardus Social Distance Scale.
136: Borderline Personality Disorder.
137: Boredom and Boredom Proneness.
138: Boring, Edwin G. (1886–1968).
139: Boston Naming Test.
140: Bowlby, John (1907–1990).
141: Brain.
142: Brain Development.
143: Brain Injuries.
144: Brain Stem.
145: Buffering Hypothesis.
146: Bulimia Nervosa.
147: Bullying.
148: Burnout.
149: Buros Mental Measurements Yearbook.
150: Bystander Involvement.
151: Caffeine-Related Disorders.
152: California Psychological Inventory.
153: Calkins, Mary Whiton (1863–1930).
154: Canadian Psychological Association.
155: Cannabis-Related Disorders.
156: Career Counseling.
157: Career Development.
158: Catharsis.
159: Cattell, James McKeen (1860–1944).
160: Central Limit Theorem.
161: Central Nervous System.
162: Central Nervous System Disorders.
163: Central Tendency Measures.
164: Child Abuse.
165: Child Behavior Checklist.
166: Child Custody.
167: Child Guidance Clinics.
168: Child Maltreatment.
169: Child Neglect.
170: Child Psychology.
171: Child Sexual Abuse.
172: Childhood Psychosis.
173: China, Psychology in.
174: Chi-Square Test.
175: Chomsky, A. Noam (1928–).
176: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
177: Chronic Pain, Psychological Factors in.
178: Circadian Rhythms.
179: Civil Competence.
180: Clark, Kenneth B. (1914–2005).
181: Classroom Behavior.
182: Client-Centered Therapy.
183: Clinical Judgment.
184: Clinical Psychology.
185: Clinical Psychology, Graduate Training in.
186: Clinical Psychology, Historical Roots of.
187: Cluster Analysis.
188: Coaching.
189: Cocaine-Related Disorders.
190: Coefficient Alpha.
191: Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy.
192: Cognitive Development.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Dance/Movement Therapy.
2: Deafness and Hearing Loss.
3: Deception.
4: Declarative Memory.
5: Defense Mechanisms.
6: Delusional Disorder.
7: Delusions.
8: Dementia.
9: Denmark, Psychology in.
10: Dependency.
11: Dependent Personality Disorder.
12: Dependent Variables.
13: Depersonalization Disorder.
14: Depression.
15: Depressive Personality Disorder.
16: Depth Perception.
17: Deutsch, Morton (1920–).
18: Developmental Psychology.
19: Developmental Test of Visual Motor Integration.
20: Deviancy.
21: Dewey, John (1859–1952).
22: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR).
23: Diagnostic Classification.
24: Diagnostic Interview Schedule for DSM-IV (DIS-IV).
25: Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
26: Dialogical Self.
27: Disaster Psychology.
28: Discrimination.
29: Disordered Thinking.
30: Dissociative Disorders.
31: Dissociative Identity Disorder.
32: Divorce, Child and Adolescent Adjustment in.
33: Double Bind.
34: Down Syndrome.
35: Dreams.
36: Drug Addiction.
37: Dual Relationships.
38: Dynamic Psychology.
39: Dysthymic Disorder.
40: Early Childhood Development.
41: Early Childhood Education.
42: Eating Disorders.
43: Ecological Psychology.
44: Educational Mainstreaming.
45: Educational Psychology.
46: Effect Size.
47: Ego Development.
48: Ego Psychology.
49: Elder Abuse and Neglect.
50: Electroconvulsive Therapy.
51: Electroencephalography.
52: Emotion Regulation.
53: Emotional Development.
54: Emotional Disturbances.
55: Emotional Intelligence.
56: Emotions.
57: Empirically Supported Treatments.
58: Employee Assistance Programs.
59: Encopresis.
60: Engineering Psychology.
61: Enuresis.
62: Environmental Psychology.
63: Envy.
64: Epidemiology of Mental Disorders.
65: Epilepsy.
66: Episodic Memory.
67: Episodic Memory and the Hippocampus.
68: Erikson, Erik Homburger (1902–1994).
69: Eriksonian Developmental Stages.
70: Errors, Type I and Type II.
71: Escape-Avoidance Learning.
72: Ethical Issues in Psychology.
73: Ethical Treatment of Animals.
74: Ethnocultural Psychotherapy.
75: Ethology.
76: Evidence-Based Practice.
77: Evolutionary Psychology.
78: Excitatory and Inhibitory Synapses.
79: Exhibitionism.
80: Existential Psychology.
81: Existential Psychotherapy.
82: Experiential Psychotherapy.
83: Experimental Controls.
84: Experimental Psychology.
85: Expert Testimony.
86: Exposure Therapy.
87: Extremism.
88: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.
89: Eyewitness Testimony.
90: Eysenck, Hans J. (1916–1997).
91: Eysenck Personality Questionnaire.
92: Face Validity.
93: Facial Recognition.
94: Factitious Disorder.
95: Factor Analysis.
96: Factorial Designs.
97: False Memory Syndrome.
98: Family Development, Theories of.
99: Family Therapy.
100: Fear.
101: Fechner's Law.
102: Femininity.
103: Ferster, Charles B. (1922–1981).
104: Festinger, Leon (1919–1989).
105: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
106: Fibromyalgia.
107: Fight/Flight Reaction.
108: Figure Drawings.
109: Finland, Psychology In.
110: Firesetting.
111: Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations.
112: Fitts's Law.
113: Five-Factor Model of Personality.
114: Flourishing.
115: Flynn Effect.
116: Food Addiction.
117: Forensic Assessment Instruments and Techniques.
118: Forensic Consulting.
119: Forensic Psychologists, Roles and Activities of.
120: Forensic Psychology.
121: Freud, Sigmund (1856–1939).
122: Friendships.
123: Functional Analysis.
124: GABA Receptors.
125: Gambling Addiction.
126: Gender Differences.
127: Gender Identity Disorder.
128: Gender Roles.
129: General Adaptation Syndrome.
130: Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
131: Genetic Counseling.
132: Genetics and General Intelligence.
133: Geriatric Psychology.
134: Germany, Psychology in.
135: Gerontology.
136: Geropsychology.
137: Gestalt Psychology.
138: Gestalt Therapy.
139: Giftedness.
140: Greece, Psychology in.
141: Grief.
142: Gross Motor Skill Learning.
143: Group Cohesiveness.
144: Group Therapy.
145: Growth Curve Analysis.
146: Guilt.
147: Guthrie, Edwin R. (1886–1959).
148: Halfway Houses.
149: Hall, G. Stanley (1844–1924).
150: Hallucinations.
151: Hallucinogen-Related Disorders.
152: Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Battery.
153: Hamilton Depression Rating Scale.
154: Happiness.
155: Haptic Perception.
156: Harlow, Harry F. (1905–1981).
157: Head Start.
158: Health Psychology.
159: Hebb, Donald Olding (1904–1985).
160: Heterosexuality.
161: High-Risk Participant Studies.
162: Hilgard, Ernest R. (1905–2001).
163: Hippocampus.
164: Histrionic Personality Disorder.
165: Hoarding.
166: Homelessness.
167: Homeostasis.
168: Homosexuality.
169: Hope.
170: Hull, Clark L. (1884–1952).
171: Human Development.
172: Human Factors Research.
173: Human Locomotion.
174: Humanistic Psychotherapies.
175: Hyperactivity.
176: Hyperventilation.
177: Hypnosis.
178: Hypochondriasis.
179: Hypothesis Testing.
180: Iceland, Psychology in.
181: Idealization.
182: Identification with the Aggressor.
183: Identity Formation.
184: Implicit Association Test.
185: Impression Management.
186: Imprinting.
187: Impulsivity.
188: India, Psychology in.
189: Individualism.
190: Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
191: Information Processing.
192: Informed Consent.
193: Inhalant-Related Disorders.
194: Insight.
195: Insight-Oriented Psychotherapy.
196: Insomnia.
197: Instrumental Conditioning.
198: Integral Psychology.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
2: Mainstreaming.
3: Major Depressive Disorder.
4: Malingering.
5: Mann-Whitney U Test.
6: Marital Discord.
7: Marriage Counseling.
8: Masculinity.
9: Maslow, Abraham (1908–1970).
10: Masochism.
11: Masturbation.
12: Mate Selection.
13: Mathematical Psychology.
14: McNaughton Rule.
15: Meehl, Paul E. (1920–2003).
16: Megalomania.
17: Memory Functions.
18: Menopause.
19: Menstruation.
20: Mental Imagery.
21: Mental Retardation.
22: Mental Status Examination.
23: Meta-Analysis.
24: Mexico, Psychology in.
25: Midlife Crisis.
26: Milgram, Stanley (1933–1984).
27: Military Psychology.
28: Miller, Neal E. (1909–2002).
29: Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory.
30: Mindlessness-Mindfulness.
31: Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory.
32: Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory–Adolescent.
33: Missing Data.
34: Mob Psychology.
35: Modeling.
36: Mood Disorders.
37: Mood Stabilizing Medications.
38: Moral Development.
39: Moral Treatment.
40: Morality.
41: Morphology.
42: Motion Parallax and Structure from Motion.
43: Motion Perception.
44: Motivation.
45: Motivational Interviewing.
46: Motor Control.
47: Mowrer, O. Hobart (1907–1982).
48: Multicultural Assessment.
49: Multicultural Counseling.
50: Multiple Correlation.
51: Multiple Regression.
52: Multivariate Methods.
53: Murray, Henry A. (1893–1988).
54: Music Therapy.
55: Myelin.
56: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBT).
57: Narcissism.
58: Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
59: Narcolepsy.
60: National Academy of Neuropsychology.
61: National Academy of Sciences.
62: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
63: National Institute of Mental Health.
64: National Institute on Aging.
65: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
66: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
67: National Institutes of Health.
68: National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
69: Nature-Nurture Controversy.
70: Near-Death Experiences.
71: NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R).
72: Neocortex.
73: Netherlands, Psychology in.
74: Neurochemistry.
75: Neuroimaging.
76: Neuroimaging in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder.
77: Neuropsychological Development.
78: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.
79: Neuropsychology.
80: Neuroscience.
81: Neurosis.
82: Neurotransmitters.
83: New Zealand, Psychology in.
84: Nicotine-Related Disorders.
85: Nigeria, Psychology in.
86: Nightmares.
87: Noise Pollution.
88: Nonparametric Statistical Tests.
89: Nonsuicidal Self-Injury.
90: Nonverbal Communication.
91: Norm-Referenced Testing.
92: Null Hypothesis Significance Testing.
93: Obesity.
94: Object Relations Theory.
95: Object Splitting.
96: Obsessions.
97: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
98: Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder.
99: Occupational Health Psychology.
100: Occupational Interests.
101: Occupational Stress.
102: Oedipus Complex.
103: Operant Conditioning.
104: Operational Definition.
105: Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
106: Optimal Functioning.
107: Osgood, Charles Egerton (1916–1991).
108: Oxytocin.
109: Pain Disorder.
110: Pain Theories.
111: Paired Comparisons.
112: Pakistan, Psychology in.
113: Panic Disorder.
114: Paradoxical Intervention.
115: Paradoxical Sleep.
116: Parametric Statistical Tests.
117: Paranoid Personality Disorder.
118: Parasympathetic Nervous System.
119: Parent Management Training.
120: Parental Alienation Syndrome.
121: Parental Approaches.
122: Participant Observation.
123: Partner Abuse.
124: Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder.
125: Pastoral Counseling.
126: Patient Adherence.
127: Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich (1849–1936).
128: Pavlovian Conditioning.
129: Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test.
130: Pediatric Psychology.
131: Pedophilia.
132: Peer Influences.
133: Peer Status.
134: Peer Tutoring.
135: Perception.
136: Perceptual Control Theory.
137: Perceptual Development.
138: Perfectionism.
139: Performance-Based Personality Measures.
140: Personal Construct Theory.
141: Personality and Illness.
142: Personality Assessment.
143: Personality Assessment Inventory.
144: Personality, Biological Bases of.
145: Personality Development.
146: Personality Disorders.
147: Personality, Genetic Bases of.
148: Personality, Interpersonal Theories of.
149: Personality, Psychodynamic Models of.
150: Personality Psychology.
151: Personality, Trait Theories of.
152: Personnel Selection.
153: Personology.
154: Phantom Limb Pain.
155: Phenylketonuria.
156: Pheromones.
157: Phi Coefficient.
158: Phineas Gage.
159: Phobic Disorder.
160: Phonemes.
161: Physical Attractiveness.
162: Physiological Psychology.
163: Piaget, Jean (1896–1980).
164: Piaget's Theory.
165: Pick's Disease.
166: Pituitary Gland.
167: Placebo.
168: Play.
169: Play Assessment.
170: Play Therapy.
171: Pleasure Principle.
172: Police Psychology.
173: Political Psychology.
174: Portugal, Psychology in.
175: Positive Psychology.
176: Postconcussion Syndrome.
177: Postpartum Depression.
178: Posttraumatic Growth.
179: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
180: Prejudice and Discrimination.
181: Premarital Counseling.
182: Premenstrual Syndrome.
183: Prescription Privileges.
184: Prevention of Mental Disorders.
185: Pride.
186: Primary Mental Abilities.
187: Primary Motor Cortex.
188: Priming.
189: Principal Component Analysis.
190: Probability.
191: Problem Solving.
192: Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
193: Projective Identification.
194: Propaganda.
195: Propensity Scores.
196: Prosocial Behavior.
197: Pseudodementia.
198: Psi Chi.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Racial Differences.
2: Racism.
3: Radical Behaviorism.
4: Randomized Control Trials.
5: Rank Order Correlation.
6: Rape.
7: Rapid Eye Movement Sleep.
8: Rasch Model.
9: Rater Error.
10: Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy.
11: Rationality.
12: Raven's Progressive Matrices.
13: Reading Disability.
14: Reading Skill.
15: Reality Therapy.
16: Reciprocal Inhibition.
17: Recovered Memories.
18: Reflective Listening.
19: Reframing.
20: Rehabilitation Psychology.
21: Relationship Psychotherapy.
22: Reliability.
23: Religion and Mental Health.
24: Religion and Psychology.
25: Repertory Grid Methods.
26: Repetition Compulsion.
27: Residential Treatment.
28: Resilience.
29: Response Set.
30: Rewards and Intrinsic Interest.
31: Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test.
32: Rey Complex Figure Test.
33: Reynolds Adolescent Depression Scale.
34: Rigidity.
35: Risk Management.
36: Risk-Taking Behavior.
37: Rogers, Carl Ransom (1902–1987).
38: Rokeach, Milton (1918–1988).
39: Romantic Competence.
40: Rorschach, Hermann (1884–1922).
41: Rorschach Inkblot Method.
42: Rumor.
43: Russia, Psychology in.
44: Sadism.
45: Sadness.
46: Sadomasochistic Personality.
47: Sample Size Planning.
48: Sampling Error.
49: Sampling Methods.
50: Satanic Ritual Abuse.
51: Savant Syndrome.
52: Scapegoating.
53: Schizoaffective Disorder.
54: Schizoid Personality Disorder.
55: Schizophrenia.
56: Schizophrenia, Childhood and Adolescent.
57: Schizophrenia, Functional Outcomes in.
58: Schizotypal Personality Disorder.
59: School Adjustment.
60: School Dropout.
61: School Learning.
62: School Refusal Behavior.
63: Schools of Professional Psychology.
64: Scientific Method.
65: Seasonal Affective Disorder.
66: Selective Attention.
67: Self Psychology.
68: Self-Control.
69: Self-Determination.
70: Self-Disclosure.
71: Self-Efficacy.
72: Self-Esteem.
73: Self-Help Groups.
74: Self-Monitoring.
75: Self-Protection.
76: Self-Rating.
77: Self-Report Inventories.
78: Sensation Seeking.
79: Sensory Deprivation.
80: Sentence Completion Tests.
81: Separation Anxiety Disorder.
82: Separation-Individuation.
83: Serotonin.
84: Sex Offenders.
85: Sex Therapy, Female.
86: Sex Therapy, Male.
87: Sexism.
88: Sexual Desire.
89: Sexual Development.
90: Sexual Deviations.
91: Sexual Dysfunction, Female.
92: Sexual Dysfunction, Male.
93: Sexual Harassment.
94: Sexual Intercourse, Human.
95: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.
96: Sexual Orientation, Roots of.
97: Sexual Subcultures.
98: Sexuality, Optimal.
99: Shakow, David (1901–1981).
100: Sham Rage.
101: Shamanism.
102: Shame.
103: Sherif, Muzafer (1906–1988).
104: Short-Term Psychotherapy.
105: Shyness.
106: Sibling Relationships.
107: Significance Testing.
108: Simultaneous Conditioning.
109: Single Parenthood.
110: Single-Participant Research Designs.
111: Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire.
112: Skill Acquisition.
113: Skinner, Burhus Fredrick (1904–1990).
114: Sleep Cycle.
115: Sleep Cycles.
116: Sleep Disorders.
117: Sleeper Effect.
118: Small-Sample Statistics.
119: Smoking Behavior.
120: Social Climate Research.
121: Social Cognitive Development.
122: Social Competence.
123: Social Construction.
124: Social Desirability.
125: Social Facilitation.
126: Social Isolation.
127: Social Learning Theory.
128: Social Neuroscience.
129: Social Phobia.
130: Social Projection.
131: Social Psychology.
132: Social Psychophysiology.
133: Social Self.
134: Social Skills Training.
135: Social Support.
136: Socialization.
137: Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice.
138: Society for Community Research and Action.
139: Society for Consumer Psychology.
140: Society for General Psychology.
141: Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
142: Society for Military Psychology.
143: Society for Neuroscience.
144: Society for Personality and Social Psychology.
145: Society for Personality Assessment.
146: Society for Psychotherapy Research.
147: Society for Research in Child Development.
148: Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration.
149: Society for the History of Psychology.
150: Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues.
151: Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues.
152: Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
153: Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts.
154: Society for the Psychology of Women.
155: Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence.
156: Society for the Teaching of Psychology.
157: Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology.
158: Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.
159: Society of Clinical Psychology.
160: Society of Consulting Psychology.
161: Sociology.
162: Sociometric Methods.
163: Somatization Disorder.
164: Somatoform Disorders.
165: Somatosensory Function.
166: Spain, Psychology in.
167: Spatial Memory.
168: Speech Perception.
169: Speech Production.
170: Spence, Kenneth W. (1907–1967).
171: Splitting.
172: Sport Performance Interventions.
173: Sport Psychology.
174: Stalking.
175: Standard Deviation.
176: Standard Error of Measurement.
177: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales.
178: State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory.
179: State-Trait Anxiety Inventory.
180: Statistical Power.
181: Statistical Prediction.
182: Statistical Significance.
183: Stereotype Threat.
184: Stress Consequences.
185: Striate Cortex.
186: Strong Interest Inventory.
187: Stroop Color-Word Test.
188: Stroop Effect.
189: Structural Equation Modeling.
190: Structuralism.
191: Structured and Semistructured Interviews.
192: Structured Clinical Interview for DSM Diagnosis.
193: Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms.
194: Student's t Statistic.
195: Sublimation.
196: Subliminal Perception.
197: Successive Approximation.
198: Suicidal Behavior Among Youth.