Glossary F

- Fundamental attribution error : Fundamental attribution error refers to the assumption that how a person behaves is based on personality, with no consideration for the effects of surrounding social, biological, or environmental forces.

- Fundamental attribution error (FAE) : - Fundamental attribution error (FAE) : refers to the dual tendency of observers to underestimate the impact of situational factors or situational influences and to overestimate the influence of dispositional factors on an actor's behavior.

Fundamental frequency refers to the lowest, and usually most intense, frequency of a complex sound; most often perceived as the sound’s basic pitch.

Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO) refers to a theory of group formation and development proposed by Wiliam Schutz that emphasizes compatibility among three (3) basic motives: inclusion , control and affection.

Fundamental position is defined as rReference position essentially the same as the anatomical position, except that the arms are at the sides and facing the body.

Funerals or Funeral services is defined as formal services to mark a death and celebrate a life with the body present in an open or closed casket. Funerals or funeral services may be religious, humanist, or secular in nature

Fusiform face area (FFA) refers to an area in the human infero-temporal (IT) cortex that contains neurons that are specialized to respond to faces.

Fusiform muscles refer to a type of parallel muscle with fibers shaped together like a spindle with a central belly that tapers to tendons on each end, such as the brachialis and the biceps brachii.

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