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...

SECONDARY AGING

Variance because of biological maturation, but hastened as a result of disease and poor health practices (no exercise, smoking, excess fat and other forms...

MASKING

is the deliberate and purposeful hiding, muting, silencing or removal of a stimulus from the target so they may no longer hear, see or...

PAYOFF MATRIX

a table or schedule which lists the advantages and costs stemming from each potential route of action which could be selected by someone.

PERCEIVED BEHAVIORAL CONTROL

the degree to which an individual believes an action is under their active management.

POLYSURGICAL ADDICTION

a condition marked by a compulsive urge to undergo continual surgeries even whenever organic pathology can't be located. The condition might be a cultivation...

STIMULUS ERROR

an error in a response due to focusing on the meaning or semantic status of a stimulus instead of its properties. It is the...

SALIENCE HYPOTHESIS

The standard principle of perceptual experience dependent upon which particularly salient stimuli (items, individuals, meanings, and so forth) should be noticed more easily as...

CONSEQUENCE

noun. A result of behavior in a chosen scenario.

ACCESSIBILITY

noun. Open, receptive, approachable

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