FACE-SAVING BEHAVIOR

is similar to facework, in that face-saving behaviours are acts where an individual will attempt to uphold their dignity addressing a social blunder or...

FACILITATIVE ANXIETY

is a particular level of anxiety which an individual, normally an athlete, would consider to actually become advantageous to their performance, such as warming...

FACTOR THEORY OF INTELLIGENCE

is one of the many theories which argue the existance of various factors which affect an individual's intelligence. These factors are the under-stones which...

FAIRNESS

has a range of potential meanings, for example fairness could refer to the equal opportunity of job applicants when applying for a newly released...

FALSE DEMENTIA

is a medical phenomena when the condition actually mimics the symptoms of dementia but is in actual fact a simple normal response to a...

FAMILIAL DYSAUTONOMIA

is otherwise know as the Riley-Day syndrome. Familial dysautonomia is an autosomal recessive disorder which affects primarily the nerve functions throughout the human body...

FAMILY PATTERN

typically fluctuate across different cultures. Family patterns are the characteristic qualities of specific relationships within a family unit or collective group of individuals, such...

FARTLEK TRAINING

is one of the many various types of athletic training which involves alternating periods of intense exercise through running for example, followed by periods...

FATIGUE

is a medical term which is used to describe a period of extreme tiredness, as a result of emotional strain, physical exertion, boredom or...

FEARED SELF

Self-concept. Mental representation of psychological attributes a person may possess in the future and their fear of them. This fear gives the person a...

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