LATENT LEARNING

Learning that occurs without awareness or conscious effort or intention. Learning may come from social cues, through rewards, or observations.

LAW OF CONTRAST

The principle based on the assumption that individuals base their behavior on comparison of opposites not with sameness.

LABIAL

Lacking emotional stability see affective, describing the early stage of memory formation that can be easily disrupted by factors influencing brain activity, or relating...

LAILING

Falling is considered a speech disorder when it persists beyond the age at which accurate articulation should have been acquired, particularly the substitution of...

LANGERHANS CELLS

German anatomist Paul Langerhans 1847

LANGUAGE UNIVERSAL

1. Linguistic features that are common to all languages, such as words and sentence structure or pronouns or color words. Substantive universals are based...

LATENT NEED

Needs that do not truly exist but are presented in a manner that need a person can believe they have to fulfill it

LAW OF EFFECT

The theory that the consequences of a behavior modify the future probability that the behavior will occur again in the future because of the...

LABIODENTAL

A speech sound also called a labial dental, also a denoting speech sound made with the lower lip touching or near the upper teeth....

LAISSEZ-FAIRE GROUP

When little or no control is exerted over members activities decisions or interests

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