VALENCE

noun. 1. with regard to the field theory of Kurt Lewin, the subjective worth of an occurrence, item, individual or other being in the...

VISUAL STIMULATION

arousal via light which elicits a reaction within the receptor cells inside the retina.

VOCATIONAL CHOICE

the choice of a job or profession. A realistic process of this type frequently starts during the teenage years, with an analysis of strengths,...

VERBAL LEARNING

the procedure involved in learning about verbal stimulants and reactions, like letters, numbers, nonsense syllables, or words.

VISUAL IMAGERY

cognitive imagery which consists of the sense of having "images" in the mind. These pictures might be memories of formative visual experiences or syntheses...

VOCATIONAL ADJUSTMENT

the extent to which a person excels in selecting the type of profession or job best suited to their abilities, skills, and interests. The...

VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

the individual skills and characteristics needed for excellent performance of the jobs comprised in a specific profession.

VEGETATIVE SOUL

with regard to the ideas of Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, the form of soul possessed by plants.

VOLUNTARY CONTROL

the management of acts or behaviors by intentional action

VOCAL COMMUNICATION

correspondence via auditory signals generally created by a vibrating organ, like the larynx within the throats of mammals or the two syringes residing inside...

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