QUASI NEED

Based in social psychology, a quasi-need is a need based on intent or purpose and not on a deficit of essential biological nature.

QUOTIENT HYPOTHESIS

The hypothesis that suggests quotients or ratios of two consecutive difference thresholds in a given series are equal. It is an adaption of...

QUADRATIC FORM

In mathematics, the form central to multivariate analysis.

QUANTIFIER

In language studies, a determiner used to show the notion of quantity. For example, some, many, all or none.

QUASI-CONTROL SUBJECTS

Participants in a research project who are asked for their view regarding the context of the conduct of the research and to give their...

QUADRIPARESIS

A result of the loss of motor nerve function. A partial paralysis or weakness in all four limbs.

QUANTITATIVE APPROACH

Freud's theory that when it comes to mental processes, there is a qualitative and quantitative quality when it comes to their psychic energy. Processes...

QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

An experiment in which participants are assigned to either control groups or experimental groups in a non-random manner.

QUALE

The quality determined the sensation or perception of a mental experience and allows distinction from other experiences. For example, think of the differences...

QUANTITATIVE DATA

Quantitative data is data that can be expressed and analyzed numerically.

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