Glossary F

Frustration refers to the feeling that accompanies an experience of being thwarted in attaining your goals.

Frustration aggression theory refers to the theory that frustration triggers a readiness to aggress.

Frustration-aggression hypothesis refers to the theory that all frustration leads to aggression, and all aggression comes from frustration.

Frustration-aggression theory refers to the theory that frustration-the perception that you are being prevented from obtaining a goal-will increase the probability of an aggressive response
Frustration/Aggression hypothesis is defined as early learning theory of aggression which holds that frustration triggers aggression and that all aggressive acts can be traced to frustrations; hypothesis that states that frustration always produces aggression and aggression is always the result of frustration.

Fry Readability Graph is defined as a method of determining the readability level of written material by analyzing sentence length and the average number of syllables per word.
Frye v. United States refers to the Supreme Court Decision regarding scientific procedures being accepted within the scientific community
FSAD is the abbreviations of Female sexual arousal disorder which refers to a lack of physical arousal to sexual stimulation; recurrent inability in some women to attain or maintain adequate lubrication and sexual excitement swelling responses until completion of sexual activity. Moreover, FSAD refers to a sexual dysfunction characterized by a persistent or recurrent inability to attain or maintain the normal physiological and psychological arousal responses during sexual activity.

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