In that case, the dynamic lattice is a concept within the field of social psychology that refers to a visual representation of the relationships between ergs (basic biological or physiological drives), sentiments (emotion or affective states), and attitudes (evaluative judgments or beliefs).
The dynamic lattice is often depicted in a three-dimensional chart or diagram, with each axis representing one of the three elements (ergs, sentiments, and attitudes). The lattice can be used to map out how changes in one element can influence the others, and to identify patterns or relationships among them.
For example, the dynamic lattice could be used to study the relationship between a person's physiological needs (such as hunger or thirst), their emotional states (such as happiness or anxiety), and their beliefs or attitudes about food or drink. By analyzing the lattice, researchers might be able to identify which attitudes or beliefs are most closely linked to specific physiological or emotional states, and how changes in one element can influence the others.