Psychology Dictionary & Glossary for students
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Welcome to ITS Tutorial School's comprehensive source of definitions for Psychology and Mental Health related terms. The definitions and concepts cover a wide range of terms, concepts and theories related to psychology and mental health.
Over 1200 terms defined. This dictionary is primarily aimed at supporting secondary/senior/high school and early tertiary students who are studying psychology or related subjects.
The definitions of terms and concepts that have been included are most of the major subject specific words that students will come across when studying psychology at senior high school. First year undergraduates may also find it a useful reference point for topic areas that they did not cover at secondary/senior/high school. All terms in this dictionary are cross referenced and linked for ease of use.
The resource is the third in a series of Dictionaries/Glossaries that ITS Tutorial School has been developing specifically aimed at providing a comprehensive source of subject specific definitions aimed at helping students and teachers everywhere. ITS Tutorial School is aiming to provide a content rich portal that will be of aid to both educators and students worldwide. All terms in this dictionary have been rewritten from a wide variety of sources with the emphasis being on precise definitions and explanations that students can use in their study. Term are cross linked with the linked term opening in a new page so that students can fully understand the definition or concept that is being explained.
The dictionary and glossary also includes a short biography on all theorists that have been referred to in the dictionary.
ITS has spent a considerable amount of resources in writing the dictionary and is copyright holder of this dictionary. Use is subject to the following:
You may print definitions for your own use as a student or teacher without ITS permission but I do ask that these print-outs give the URL as the source.
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