“Learned helplessness", in psychology, a mental state in…

“Learned helplessness”, in psychology, a mental state in which when an organism(human or animal) has endured enough averse stimuli which it was unable to escape or avoid, it gives up and becomes unable to learn escape in the future, even in situations where such behaviour would be effective. source

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