Something that is similar or comparable to something else\.
Learning theorists who argue that a scientific approach to understanding behaviour must refer only to observable and measurable behaviours and who emphasize the importance of rewards and punishments in the learning process.
Sexually responsive to either gender. (From the Latin bi-, which means “two.”)
(co-it-us or co-EET-us\)\. Sexual intercourse\.
A secondary wife, usually of inferior legal and social status. (From Latin roots meaning “lying with.”) a
Sexual intercourse. (From the Latin copulare, which means “to unite” or “to couple.”)
A prostitute—especially the mistress of a noble or wealthy man. (From Italian roots meaning “court lady.”)
A sexual activity involving oral contact with the female genitals\.
In psychoanalytic theory, automatic processes that protect the ego from anxiety by disguising or ejecting unacceptable ideas and urges\.
Parts of the body, including but not limited to the sex organs, that are responsive to sexual stimulation\.
Arousing sexual feelings or desires. (From the Greek eros, which means “love.”)
In psychoanalytic theory, a conflict of the phallic stage in which the boy wishes to possess his mother sexually and perceives his father as a rival in love. (The analogous conflict for girls is the Electra complex.)
Sexual love of boys. (From the Greek paidos, which means “boy.”)
Images of the penis.
Worship of the penis as a symbol of generative power\.
The theory of personality originated by Sigmund Freud, which proposes that human behaviour represents the outcome of clashing inner forces\.
In psychoanalytic theory, the process by which sexual feelings shift from one erogenous zone to another\.
The automatic ejection of anxiety-evoking ideas from consciousness\.
A person who engages in the scientific study of sexual behaviour\.
A cognitively oriented learning theory in which observational learning, values, and expectations play key roles in determining behaviour\.
Those parts or contents of the mind that lie outside of conscious awareness\.
The qualities in life that are deemed important or unimportant, right or wrong, desirable or undesirable\.
A carefully drawn, in-depth biography of an individual or a small group of individuals that may be obtained through interviews, questionnaires, and historical records.
A group of study participants who do not receive the experimental treatment. However, other conditions are held comparable to those of individuals in the experimental group.
A statistic that expresses the strength and direction (positive or negative) of the relationship between two variables.
A statistical measure of the relationship between two variables.
Concerning the vital statistics (density, race, age, etc.) of human populations.