(flud´ing) in behavior therapy, a form of desensitization for the treatment of phobias and related disorders in which the patient is repeatedly exposed to highly distressing stimuli without being able to escape but without danger, until the lack of reinforcement of the anxiety response causes its e...
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• (n.) An abnormal or excessive discharge of blood from the uterus. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Flood • (n.) The filling or covering with water or other fluid; overflow; inundation; the filling anything to excess.
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[psychology] Flooding is a form of behavior therapy and based on the principles of respondent conditioning. It is sometimes referred to as exposure therapy or prolonged exposure therapy. As a psychotherapeutic technique, it is used to treat phobia and anxiety disorders including post-traumat...
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[Australian football] Flooding is a tactic used in the sport of Australian rules football. It involves the coach releasing players in the forward line from their set positions and directing them to the opposition forward area, congesting the area and making it more difficult for the oppositi...
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- fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid
- cover with liquid, usually water
- fill beyond capacity
- supply with an excess of
- become filled to overflowing
Leak Detection: A system which while being leak tested becomes so filled with a tracer gas as to make impracticable further leak testing.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: flŭd′ing Definitions: 1. Profuse bleeding from the uterus, especially after childbirth or in severe cases of menorrhagia. 2. Profuse uterine hemorrhage. 3. A type of behavior therapy; a therapeutic strategy at the beginning of therapy in which the patients imagin...
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Click images to enlargeThe inundation of land that is not normally covered with water. Flooding from rivers commonly takes place after heavy rainfall or in the spring after winter snows have melted. The river's discharge (volume of water carried in a given period) becomes too great, and water...
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[Nuclear Reactor Core] Flooding refers to a fluid flow phenomenon whereby counter-current two-phase flow is reversed and runs concurrent in the direction of the initial gas/vapor phase flow when filling, or "flooding", a nuclear reactor core with coolant. This phenomena is generally discusse...
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1) High 2) In flood 3) Overflowing 4) Overfull with water 5) Swollen
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