LEARNING

the process through which we acquire new information or build on information previously learnt.

ROLE AMBIGUITY

Type of role strain which occurs when shared specifications set for an expected role are incomplete to tell the involved individual what is desired...

NORMATIVE RESEARCH

research that is engaged in merely to determine norms.

OBJECTIVE SCORING

scoring an examination by way of a formula or key, so that varied scorers will come to the exact same score. It is contrasted...

ADDICTION

a place of being physically or psychologically dependent upon substances such as drugs and alcohol. Commonly referred to as substance abuse. Diagnostic criteria consists...

EXHAUSTION

The state of extreme tiredness. See fatigue.

CONDITIONED

correlated with or explanatory of behavior whose existence, manner of demonstration, or both is the outcome of experience. The two primary categories of experience...

AGGREGATION

noun. 1. a group of living bodies in an area with no noticeable societal construction or organization, retaining the smallest amount of collaborate objectives...

MICROSLEEP

is the process of entering incredibly short periods of very light sleep which typically occur whilst undergoing monotonous tasks which have been completed habitually...

METHOD OF SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATIONS

is a method used primarily in operant conditioning whereby behaviours which are desired are reinforced. Initially, approximate behaviours are reinforced, however, later into the...

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