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Scientists list 50 terms you may be confusing

Should you punish a disobedient child, or try negative reinforcement? Is your shy new colleague antisocial or asocial? And which is worse: a prejudiced boss or a discriminatory one?
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Scientists list 50 terms you may be confusing

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(Frontiers) A list of commonly used psychological terms that are often assumed to be similar, if not identical, but which refer to very different concepts.

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