S-CS | definition of S-CS by Medical dictionary
strain and counterstrain (redirected from S-CS)
strain and counterstrain,
A type of body manipulation used in osteopathy in which trigger points are relaxed, alleviating tissue spasm and inflammation.
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The S-CS was constructed by Fenigstein, Scheier, and Buss (1975) to assess individual differences in self-consciousness.
They scored significantly higher on the S-CS, F(1, 241) = 9.