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   Name: Daniela Barreto A. Level: 3th Major: Glossary with words of the psychology career. 1. Addiction:  chronic and recurrent disease of the brain that is characterized by a pathological search for reward and / or relief through the use of a substance or other behaviors. 2. Anxiety:  Mental state that is characterized by great restlessness, intense excitement and extreme insecurity. 3. Learning:  Acquisition of knowledge of something through study, exercise or experience, especially the knowledge necessary to learn an art or trade. 4. Assimilation:  to understand some data to integrate it to the previous knowledge or to the incorporation of certain components to a whole. 5. Attention:  Attention is a cognitive process that allows us to select and focus on relevant stimuli. 6. Self-esteem:  is the assessment, perception or positive or negative judgment that a person makes of himself based on the evaluation of his thoughts, feelings and experiences. 7. Cognition:  it is the ability of a living being to process information from perception, acquired knowledge (experience) and subjective characteristics that allow information to be valued. 8. Behavior:  set of responses, either by presence or absence, which presents a living being in relation to its environment or world of stimuli. 9. Development:  means growth, progress, evolution, improvement. 10. Memory:  memory can be defined as the brain's ability to retain information and retrieve it voluntarily. 11. Mind:  it is the set of cognitive faculties that encompass processes such as perception, thought, consciousness, memory, imagination, etc. 12. Perception:  ability to receive through the senses the images, impressions or external sensations, or understand and know something).    13. Problem:  A questionable question to be solved or to which an explanation is sought. 14. Sexuality:  Set of physical and psychological characteristics of each sex. 15. Disorder:  Change or alteration that occurs in the essence or permanent characteristics that make up a thing or in the normal development of a process. Grade: 5
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