FIGURATIVE KNOWLEDGE

the knowledge we acquire by remembering specific features, facts, words, recall dates, impressions, shapes and colours. Compare operative knowledge.

FUNNEL SEQUENCE

the term applied to a method for structuring the order of questions in surveys and interviews that starts with general items and gradually narrows...

FEAR OF COMMITMENT

is observed globally in a range of real-life applications from marriage to a new career, where the individual will feel anxious and uneasy about...

FACT GIVER

during a psychotherapy session, or psychotherapy discussion, looking at a particular topic or task within psychotherapy, the fact giver will take on the role...

FORCED CHOICE

A testing technique that requires the subject to make a choice between two or more favorable or unfavorable alternatives. This technique was developed as...

FORMANTS

the name of the frequency bands of sounds that are produced by our vocal cords and other physical features of the head and throat...

FALSE PREGNANCY

is otherwise known as pseudocyesis or a pseudopregnancy, where a women will display all the normal signs of pregnancy but will not actually be...

FREUD, ANNA

Sigmund Freud's youngest daughter. Contributed to the theory and practice of psychoanalysis with her studies of defence mechanisms. Pioneer in child analysis. Devoted time...

FUNCTIONAL LEADER

the term used to describe the person in a group who performs the activities that are associated with being the leader. Increase cohesion, reduce...

FRAME

1. Artificial intelligence. It is the representation of knowledge used to represent and structure the knowledge for the computer system. 2. Education. It is...

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