ideal-seeking behavior

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NounEdit

ideal-seeking behavior (plural ideal-seeking behaviors)

  1. (sociology) Behaviour that is characterized by both the desire and the ability to progress towards an ideal by choosing a new goal when a previous one has been met or the effort to meet it has failed.

See alsoEdit

  • goal-seeking behavior

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Last modified on 28 October 2013, at 02:55