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.
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.
feelings , impulses, and intuitions : person who meets his or her own need for positive regard rather than relying on the expectations of others; psychologically healthy individual who is able to enjoy life as completely as possible. Such individuals are open to new experiences and not defensive. Fully functioning person is Rogers's term for Self-actualization , for developing all facets of the self .