What is the Meaning of: Frustration | Concept and Definition of: Frustration

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

From the latin frustratĭo, frustration is the action and the effect of frustrating (leave without effect or spoil/miss an attempt). It is an unpleasant feeling that occurs when a person's expectations of are not met/met where she can't do what she wants.
For psychology, frustration is a syndrome that many symptoms. However, these symptoms are all related to the emotional disintegration that is experienced at different levels and with multiple causes and consequences.
The impact of frustration on the subject varies depending on the personality and many hard-to-control variables. Frustration may hire psychological problems, when it becomes pathological that she needs professional assistance.
Frustration encompasses feelings of deprivation of life satisfaction. For example, a child who is son (or daughter) single can feel frustrated if her mother becomes pregnant. At the birth of his little brother (or sister), frustration becomes jealous and aggressive driving.
According to the theory of frustration, a paradoxical effect is place from where begins the phase of extinction, which leads the person to not to strengthen the conduct and, therefore, occurs to the feeling of frustration. 
There are several types of frustratifs process: frustration by barrier (when there is an obstacle that prevents the goal), the frustration by incompatibility of two positive goals (there is the possibility of achieving two goals, but those are incompatible with each other), the frustration by conflict avoidance-avoidance (the leak two negative situations) and frustration by conflict reconciliation-approximation (indecision a situation that causes positive and negative results in equal proportions).
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