Dating dictionary system
The conflict presented when two opposite but equally appealing choices are available but can not both be obtained.
The conflict presented when the best positive choice will result in a negative outcome as well as positive.
Part of the peripheral nervous system that regulates the involuntary actions of the body (e.g., breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, pupil dilation). A rule of thumb stating that information more readily available in our memory is more important than information not as easily accessible.
Characteristic of a scale of measurement that contains a point where the scale has no value.
The creation of new cognitive schemas when objects, experiences, or other information does not fit with existing schemas. Occurs when the charge inside the neuron becomes more positive than the charge outside.
The theory stating that we are motivated by our innate desire to maintain an optimal level of arousal.
Style of interpersonal interaction where both the needs of the self and others are considered.
The abbreviation for probability of error in statistical results. (a) The hypothesis that states there is a difference between two or more sets of data.