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PSE is an acronym for problem-solving education, a brief, cognitive intervention delivered in six 30-minute individualized sessions
Pseudoscience is a body of knowledge, methodology, belief, or practice that is claimed to be scientific or made to appear scientific, but does not adhere to the scientific method.
Psychiatry is the branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental health problems.
Psycho-educational interventions are a very large group of interventions which use behavioural and other teaching techniques to change behaviours.
Psychoactive is a rerm used to describe substances, such as drugs, which affect the mind or mental processes.
Psychoanalysis is a type of psychological intervention used to help people deal with emotional and behavioural problems.
Psychoeducation is the provision of information about conditions such as autism.
Psychological interventions include a wide range of interventions based on psychology, which is the scientific study of the human mind and behaviour: how we think, feel, act and interact, individually and in groups.
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and behaviour: how we think, feel, act and interact, individually and in groups.
Psychomotor patterning is another term for patterning therapies, a range of interventions based on a series of movement patterns which are designed to facilitate neurological feedback to the brain.
Psychopharmacology is the branch of medicine that deals with the study of the actions, effects, and development of psychoactive drugs.
Psychosis is a mental health problem in which a person's perception of reality becomes distorted, often accompanied by delusions and or hallucinations.
Psychotherapy is a type of psychological intervention used to treat emotional problems and mental health conditions.
Psychotropic is another term for psychoactive, a term used to describe substances, such as drugs, which affect the mind or mental processes.
PTR is an acronym for the prevent-teach-reinforce model, a type of individualised positive behavioural support.
Publication bias is the publication or non-publication of research findings, depending on the nature and direction of the results.
The purine-free diet requires you to avoid foodstuffs which contain high levels of purine, such as some fish, some meats and some beverages.
Pyridoxine is another name for vitamin B-6, a water-soluble vitamin found in foodstuffs such as beans, nuts and cereals.
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