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Psychology Glossary - C

Case study:
A detailed study of one particular example of a phenomenon which involves in-depth analysis of a particular individualís behaviour.

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Catalepsy:
A trancelike state with loss of voluntary motion and failure to react to stimuli.

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Client-centred therapy:
Also known as person centred or Rogerian therapy, a form of therapy which brings the clientís personal needs into action, viewing the client as intrinsically good and offering a sense of unconditional acceptance and regard for them.

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Confidentiality:
The protection of the anonymity of a participant in a psychological study through the correct storage and published use of their data.

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Consent:
One of the components of the ĎEthical Principles for Conducting Research with Human Participants' drawn up by the British Psychology Society, which underlines the participantís need to consent to a particular study and be fully informed about the nature of the work.

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Counselling psychologist:
A clinical practitioner who specializes in helping and advising adults in troubled and dysfunctional relationships, or who are struggling with social problems such as drug or alcohol addiction through interpersonal procedures such as interviewing and tests.

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