frustration threshold

frustration threshold

[frəs′trā·shən ‚thresh‚hōld]
(psychology)
The point at which an individual feels or shows frustration over inability to achieve an objective.
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Thus, professionals who attend to patients with EDs adhere to a discourse about the patients that is anchored in representations of lack of control, body image distortion, destructive and manipulative behavior, need, low frustration threshold and need to attract attention (Grando & Rolim, 2006).
The maturity level, his frustration threshold - he just was not ready," said his mother, Carol Clarkston.
The instructions are a bit too Byzantine for my low level of frustration threshold.
If you think of your PC as a tool for your work rather than an endless debugging project, and have reached your frustration threshold waiting for IT Support to get back to you, then you should investigate TUT.
Patients with mental retardation or autism spectrum disorders display a multitude of problematic symptoms, including aggression, hyperactivity, self-injurious behavior, and a low frustration threshold.
When someone is online there is a frustration threshold, and if the process takes too long they will bail out," he says.