Excitatory tendency is the capacity of a stimulus to elicit a response. Who knows it is a part of human nature. The person who knows how to give a stimulus to elicit a favourable response and the very response which is elicited becomes a habit in three-four attempts cannot be labelled as smart or clever but intelligent. People make use of it (the excitatory tendency) in the field of work, office, school, and at special occasions, besides, the family members, friends, and even the community. The only thing one requires to know is that what excites the individual. If there is a big potential to explore willingly on the part of an individual it may entangle the one up to the extent of years. The person who is subjected to excitatory tendency cannot understand anything mysterious if the person opposite is serious. Why because, the excitatory potential that means the strength of a tendency to respond is a multiplicative function of drive and habit strength. Excitation is a process whereby activity is elicited in a nerve and inhibition is conscious restraint of impulse or desire. The individual begins to tremble in anger. Inhibition is the outcome of the body of teaching self ( doctrine) if there occurs wrong impulse or desire in the mind of a sensitive person. Drive is an aroused, goal-directed tendency of an individual based on a change in organic processes. Drives may be generated by deprivation or by noxious conditions that give rise to pain. The behavior associated with drives is directed toward eliminating deprivation or moving away from noxious stimuli. Urge and incentives are other alternatives of drive. Habit strength is Hull’s term for learning. Habit strength is dependent upon the number of reinforcements, the amount of reinforcement, and the spatial interval between stimulus and response and between the response and the reinforcement. Inhibitory phenomena occur because of inhibition in neurons. Inhibition is a mental blockage, a hesitancy to behave particularly in a somewhat unconventional manner. Inhibition (psychoan) is restraint on, habitual shrinking from, an action for which there is an impulse or desire. An inhibited person, one who is unable or unwilling to express one’s feelings, knowing fully well about inhibitory phenomena. Inhibitory potential is conditioned inhibition. Conditioned inhibition is generated when stimuli closely associated with the cessation of a response become conditioned to the inhibition associated with the elicitation of that response. It is the result of inhibitory postsynaptic potential (IPSP) in which, an increase in internal negativity of a neuron resulting from impulses arriving over inhibitory neurons. An inhibitory synapse is a synapse where transmission results in the inhibition of firing in the postsynaptic neuron. Synapse is the junction between two neurons. It is believed that the junction takes the form of a close contact between the fibrils of the end brush of one neuron and the dendrites and cell body of the next. The contact is not an anatomical connection, but a functional connection, allowing the nervous impulse to pass from one to another. Inhibition may occur because of a recessive trait or quality of holding back or not expressing the self. The potentiality, power or quality which is potential, and needs development or latent capacity, a situation with great potentialities, causes excitment in mental faculties but, in the event of helplessness one is to ruin oneself. Potential resources that can or may come into existence or action are root-causes of that thing which gives rise to excitatory phenpmenon but the individual cannot prevent oneself from taking risk beyond what is needed and, thus, inhibitory phenomenon rules the roast. Excitatory and inhibitory phenomena play a major role in abnormal behaviour or pathological condition. The aspirant may remain mentally indulged in fictitious, imaginary, or invented thoughts. The image, sensation, and affective states also give rise to various feelings and instinctive behaviors. Moreover, the illusion, delusion, and hallucination pave the way for psychopathological condition, in that, a long period of time is elapsed in the unconscious excitatory and inhibitory phenomena as both the phenomeña occur simultaneously or at the same time. If an individual decides on the contrary the opposite phenomenon starts to occur in a volley of responses in negativity or positivity. For instance, if you are deprived of someone’s companionship or something valueable, in that condition, you are given indirect cue and clues relatively to that which causes excitation and and at a later stage frustation. A series of excitatory and inhibitory phenomena subsequently drives you to many things. You can take one’s cue from somebody, meaning thereby, observe what he or she does as a guide to one’s own action. Human nature, according to psychologists, is the characteristics of all mankind. The term implies innate rather than acquired characteristics and is often used to rationalize or excuse failings. To rationalize means bring into conformity with reason, treat or explain in a rational manner or reorganize put forward the emphasis on sensible act, that can be tested by reasoning or influenced or guided by reason rather than emotion. Nevertheless, excuse is reason given (true or invented) to explain or defend one’s conduct or apology. Excitatory and inhibitory phenomena may be of value if inhibitions are noted, explained in a rational manner or urged to defend one’s conduct or apologize. Where the law is concerned, you cannot plead ignorance in excuse of your conduct or follow excitatory and inhibitory phenomena as basic truth to excuse devoid of analytics.