EXTRINSIC REINFORCER

is the binary opposite to an intrinsic reinforcer. An extrinsic reinforcer is directly related to the reward which stems from it. For example, in...

FIELD EXPERIMENT

an experiment that is not conducted inside a laboratory but is done outside in the real world setting. Participants are exposed to different levels...

FRAMING

the process of defining the context or issues that surround a problem or event in a way that serves to influence how the context...

FUNCTIONAL

1.Psychology. Denoting or referring to a disorder where normal behavior changes without an observable organic or structural cause. 2. Generally, based on or relating...

GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITION

the name of a disorder that has known physical causes and observable physical psycho

GROUP HARMONY

This describes the extent to which group interactions among members are friendly, congruous and free from any conflicts.

INTERPERSONAL

the term that deals with the actions, events and feelings that exists between 2 or more people.

INTRINSIC BEHAVIOR

1. rewarding behaviour that is inherent. 2. A specific organ and a type of behaviour that is expressed through it (e.g. smiling, knee jerk...

JUDGMENT

In psychophysics the ability to determine the presence or relative magnitude of stimuli, or the capacity to recognize relationships, draw conclusions from evidence and...

EYSENCK'S TYPOLOGY

is otherwise known as PEN typology; is a system which is used to classify human personality types, through the use of three different categories;...

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