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Psychosclerosis
A form of mental "aging" where a person becomes inhibited in their thinking processes and limits his options for living
Hardening of the Categories
Another term used for Psychosclerosis.
Fixated Reaction
A fixed pattern employed as a reaction to a stimulus.
A child who receives a great deal of criticism, ridicule, and disapproval will probably become _ _ as an adult.
permanently shy
All of us have a kind of _ _ operating which monitors our _ inputs and _ our overall _ response.
executive function
sensory
organizes
mental
This executive function operates _ and _.
preconsciously
continuously
Occasionally, incoming sense _ may _ the executive monitoring process and will trigger what we call a _ _
data
override
snap reaction
A snap reaction is a _ response rather than an _ one.
physical
intellectual
An _ is an example a stimulus that can cause a snap reaction
insult
When an appropriate stimulus is delivered, the stimulus is processed at a higher _ in order to understand it. It is then processed at _ _ of the brain structure.
higher
lower
_ is an example of a kind of signal reaction.
Frustration
Multiple Expectations
The mindset of approaching a situation with multiple outcomes in mind.
grabbers
an external happening that sets off a strong reaction
Opinionitis
Uncritical and stubborn adherence to opinions.
The inability to surrender or _ an _ in the face of facts that _ them.
amend
opinion
refute