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Restrain, ;

Restraint, ;

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RestrictionRestructureRestructuringResult; Resultant;

; ;

Resultantforce Resurrect

Resurrrection

Retain; ; -

Retained membersmethod

()

Retard, ,

;

Retardation; , , ; ;

Retardation ofmovements Retardedamnesia Retardedchild

Retardeddepression -

Retardedmovements Retardedthinking Retardingeffect Retardment ofmovements Retention; ,

; Retentionhysteria Retentiveness

Retentivity

Retentivity ofvision

Reticular,

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Retina,

()

Retinal () Retinal ofpreference

Retinalrivalry Retinalsensitivity Retire ();

; Retirement, Retrace ; -

- Retraining, Retreart fromreality

Retreat

Retribution ,

Retrieval; RetrieveRetroaction Retroactive

Retroactiveassociation Retroactivefacilitation Retroactiveinhibition Retrobulbar -

; -

Retroflex ;

Retrogenesis

Retrograde; ; ; - ;

Retrogradeamnesia Retrogradedegeneration Retrogradetransmission Retrogradism Retrogression, ,

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Retrogressive ; -

Retrospect , Retrospection Retrospectivediagnosis

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Retrospectivefalsification

Return

Return of therepressed ()

Reveal, ; , ()

Revelation, ; -

Revenge,

Reverberation,

Reverie, ;

Reversal; , ; ; ()

Reversal intoopposite ; -

()

Reversereaction ()

ReversibilityReversible

Reversibleperspective Reversibleprocess Reversiblereaction

Reversion , ; , ;

Revetedattention

Review,

Revised psychopathology of the

Fairbairn's

Revision; RevisionismRevisionistRevivalRevolt,

Revolution;

Revolutionarily

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Revolutionary Revolutionaryideas Revolutionarystruggle

Revolutionism, - ; -

Revolutionist

Revolutionize; -

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Reward, ,

Rewardexpectancy Rewardpower

Rewardsituation Rewardstimulation Rheobase

RheostatRheotropism Rheumaticpain

Rhinencephalon , -

Rhinesthesia

Rhodopsin,

Rhombencephalon,

Rhythm

Rhythmdisturbance Rhythmshift () Rhythmicactivity Rhythmic(al), , -

Rhythmical repetition

Rich

Ridicule,

Right, ; , ; ,

Right associatesprocedure Rightdiagnosis Rightingreflex

Rightingreflex , -

Rightist

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Rigid, , ,

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Rigid pattern ofbehavior (- , ) -

Rigidthinking ()

Rigidity, ,

, Rigor, Ring; ; ;

;

RiotRipenRipeness

Rise, , , ; , ; ,, ( ..)

Rise oftemperature

Rising, -

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Risinggeneration, -

Risk

Riskbehavior ,

Risklevel ()

Risk-taking

Ritual; ; ;

Ritualbehavior

Ritual eating

Ritualization

Ritualizedbehavior

Rival,

Rival

Rivalry

Robot, ; -Robustness, ; Rod ( )

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Rod and frametest ( - )

Rodvision

Role

Roleaptitude ;

Rolebehavior Roleconflict Rolediffusion

Roleenactment (, -

, ) Roleinterdependence Roleperfermance , -

Roleplaying

Rolerelations (-

)

Roleset

Roletaking

Role-personalityconflict-

Role-playing

Role-sender -

; Romberg'stest () Root,

Rootconflict

Rootedness

Rorschachcategory

Rorschachdeterminant , -

Rorschach inkblottest Rorschach rankingtest Rorschachtest

Rosanofftest-

Rosenzweig PictureFrustration -

Rotation; ;

Rotationperception () -

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Rotelearning Roughvalue Roughness, Rounding

Routine,

Row

Royalism,

Royalist

Royalistic

R-techniqueR- ( )Rubric,

Rude; ( ); , ( ); ,,

Rudeness, ; , ,

Rudiment, ; , ,

Rudimentary,

Ruin, ; ; ; , ;; - ;

Rule, , ; -

, ; ,

Rule ofabstinence

Ruleout

Rule out thepossibility Ruling, Rulingclass , -

Ruminate, -

Rumor,

Rumortransmission ()

Rumour

Run, , ;

;

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Runout ,

Run outof (-), -

(-)

Rusty ( ); ( )

Rut, (, )

S s

Saboteurinternal Saccadicmovement Saccadictime -

Sacral, -

Sacrament, Sacrifice; Sacrificial

Sacrilege,

Sacrilegious, -

Sad,

Sadism

Sadist

Sadistic Sadness, Sadomasochism

Safe, , ; ;

Safefeeling

Safety, ;

Safetyengineering

Safetyfactor

Safetymeasure ,

Safetyprocedure

Salience ,

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Salience ofroles ()

Saliva

Salivary,

Salivarydischarge

Salivate ;

Salivation;

Salt

Saltation, ; ; , ();,

Saltatory

Saltatoryevolution (-

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Salubrious,

Salutary, ,

Salvation; ,

Same , , ;

Sameness;

Sample ; - ; , ; ,

Samplegroup

Sampleinterview () Sampleoverlap Sampleunit

Sampling()

Samplinginterpreting () -

Samplingpopulation , -

Samplingreliability

Samplingstability ()

Samplingvalidity

Samplingvariability () -

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Sanction

Sane, ; -

, Sanguinetemperament Sanguinictype Sanitarium treatment

Sanitation, - , ; - ; -

Sanity, , ;

Sapphism, , -

, Satiate; Satiation;

Satisfaction; -

Satisfactory condition of thepatient

Satisfiability

Satisfier ,

Satisfy, Satisfy, (-

, , -

)

Saturatedtest

Saturation,

Saturationratio () -

Saturationvalue ()

Satyriasis,

Savingmethod ( )Savior

Say, ; ,

Say tooneself ( )Scalability; -

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Scalable Scalarproduct Scalarvalue

Scale; ;

; ;

Scalereproducibility Scaledtest Scalingmethod Scalingmodel Scalogram

Scan; ,

Scanning

Scanningspeech

Scant(y), , -

Scarce,

Scarcity,

Scater, , -

;

Scattergram

()

Scatterplot (-

)

Scedastictransformation

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