RATIONAL SOUL

The rational soul is a term used by Greek philosopher Aristotle. It described the human soul. A rational soul has the capacity for rational...

BEHAVIORAL HOMEOSTASIS

n. the tendency of an organism to apply mechanisms of behavior in order to restore stability and maintain equilibrium. These mechanisms include thermoregulation, feeding...

TANGENTIAL SPEECH

To go straight away from the main subject. The person with this problem is unable to do proper verbal communication due to his inability...

MATCHING HYPOTHESIS

is a psychological theory which implies relationships are formed between two people who equal or are very similar in terms of attractiveness.

ODD-EVEN RELIABILITY

a way of examining the dependability of an examination by relating scores on the odd- numbered objects with scores on the even-numbered objects. It...

STIMULUS

Any external or internal situation, event or agent that arise a response from animal or human. Stimulus can be of many types. Conditioned stimulus...

CULTURE BOUND

depicting outlooks, behaviors, or actions which are the result of a specific society and which aren't frequently observed in other societies or groups.

ATTRIBUTION THEORY OF LEADERSHIP

a model of leadership that assumes that individuals make inferences about leadership ability by observing and interpreting different types of environmental and behavioral cues....

REGRESSION ANALYSIS

A technique for correlating the computation of the most likely value of one variable from the known value of another. Also, a method of...

AVOIDANCE CONDITIONING

refers to the establishment of a pattern of behavior that prevents, postpones, or reduces the frequency of aversive stimulation. In a typical conditioning experiment...

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