LABELING THEORY

Describing an individual as deviant and then treating them as such may result in mental disorder or delinquency also called societal reaction theory and...

LEARNING TO LEARN

Repetition of a single act, such as learning to play an instrument (the more you play, the better you become), which facilities that ability...

LIFE CYCLE I

the process of development which an organism takes from the ending of one generation to the beginning of another generation.

LIFE STRESS

the feeling of stress and sometimes hopelessness caused by critical life events which individuals typically have little control over.

LOGOGEN

a purely theoretical model of memory which has three main stages- recall, recognition and then reproduction). For example, the image of a table is...

LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY

a term to describe the general movement of a organism or object from one area to another.

LACK OF FIT

Model diverge from the corresponding empirical values and the degree to which the pridicted values are generated

LEARNING TYPES

Different styles of learning such as some groups of people prefer visual based learning whilst others prefer textbook based learning. These different types are...

LINEAR TYPE

a classification of body shape with the following typical characteristics: slender, narrow chested, long necked and long nosed physique.

LOCOMOTION

the movement of an organism from one place (its point of origin) to its destination.

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