LUCIDITY

is a term used to describe a mental state where whilst the person may display signs of distress and mental instability, they still have...

LEVEL OF ASPIRATION

The level at which a person sets his significant goals; the level of performance to which he aspires.An individual’s aspiration level has an important...

LEARNING SKILLS

a set of skills used in the process of acquiring new knowledge, typically in a classroom setting.

LIFE LIE

a false ideal of piece of information from which an individual builds their life around.

LAW OF FREQUENCY

The theory that learning increases with the repetition of a process. Also known as the law of repetition.

LANGUAGE DEFICIT

A delay in the normal speech and language development of a child due to some neurological disfunction.

LOCKE, JOHN (1632-1704)

Locke, the great empiricist and pioneer in associationist psychology, was born in Somerset, England, studied medicine and science at Oxford, and later became adviser...

LONGILINEAL

refers to a body shape which is typically longer than the broader equivalent of the asthenic type in Kretschmer typology.

LINE OF REGARD

a straight line which extends from an object and the centre rotation point of the eye at that point in time.

LANGUAGE

Any comparable non-verbal means of communication such as sign or the languages used in the computer programming, the communicative system used by a particular...

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