FILL-IN QUESTIONS

method used to test students where they need to fill in the missing words or phrases in sentences relating to the test subject.

FIRO THEORY

an acronym for Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation theory.

FIT 1

1. The degree to predicted values match the empirically observed values. 2. An epileptic seizure. 3. getting fit by exercise. 4. An emotional outburst....

FIXED-EFFECTS MODEL

the statistical model where the statistical parameters that index the effectiveness of treatments are treated as fixed parameters and not as random variables. See...

FLEXERIL

the trade name for cyclobenzaprine.

FLIPPANCY

a term that describes the inappropriate levity that occurs when a serious problem is being addressed or an anxiety making subject is discussed. Compare...

FLUENCY

1. Cognitive psychology. The ability to generate words, ideas and mental associations to problems. It is an important dimension of creativity. 2. A facility...

FMOX STATISTIC

the name that is given to the statistic used for testing the hypothesis of homogeneity of variance in k independently sampled populations.

FOCUSED ATTENTION, FOCAL CONSCIOUSNESS

These terms are applied to the clearest contents of our consciousness. See fringe focus structure. Compare fringe consciousness.

FOLKWAYS

These are the traditional and handed down behaviours, traditions, legends etc, of a group or a society.

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