SITUATIONAL ATTRIBUTION

1. Attribution theory. The attributes of your behaviour to the external or circumstantial causes. 2. The ascription of an event to causes outside the...

STIMULATION

1. The act of increasing levels of activity. 2. Part of perception. See stimulus.

FINE MOTOR

This term is used to describe the skills and activities that need coordination of our small muscles to make precise movements including writing, speaking...

UNIVERSAL

1. With regard to social psychology, reference: psychological universal. 2. With regard to language, reference: language universal.

STANDARD LANGUAGE

the accepted version of a language used in mainstream media and taught as a second language to people. the version of language that is...

SUPERORDINATE GOAL

1. It is a goal that is of higher importance then some other, less important one; 2. It is a goal that can be...

EDUCATION

1. Process of teaching or gaining knowledge, skills and values. 2. Field of advanced taecher preparation study.

POSITION ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE (PAQ)

a generalized, ordered job analysis survey which examines the kind and degree of work actions necessitates by a job, instead of the jobs or...

INVARIANT SEQUENCE

An order that is unchanging and in stage theories of development and in the order in which the stages of development occur. Through these...

PHONOLOGY

the department of language which analyzes the system of speech sounds in a language or in linguistics generally. The word is less particular than...

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