Glossary F

Fear-arousing communication refers to
persuasive messages that attempt to change people's attitudes by arousing their fears

Fear-arousing communications is defined as persuasive messages that attempt to change people's attitudes by arousing their fears

Fear-Induced Aggression (aggression associated with attempts to flee from a threat) refers to the responses believed to be biologically programmed into humans so that we act in an aggressive manner towards any form of forced confinement.

Fearful avoidant attachment refers to an attachment outcome in which people have a negative model of both self and others. It is a style of attachment in which people have both high anxiety and high avoidance ; they have low opinions of themselves and keep others from getting close
Featural analysis refers to a model of perception emphasizing the analysis of a stimulus into parts, called features.
Feature is defined as a component, or part, of an object, event, or representation.

- Feature comparison model of semantic memory : Feature comparison model of semantic memory refers to a model of Semantic memory which posits that words or concepts are mentally represented in terms of a set of elements called features.

Feature detector refers to neuron whose responses indicate the presence of a particular feature. Feature detectors are a neuron that responds selectively to a specific feature of the stimulus.

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