noun. 1. mobility of a specific body part or limb apart from the bodily figure. 2. the action of carrying away or seizing someone with use of physical power. Additional forms- abduct, a verb sense of the word- abductive inference- also known as abductive reasoning, seeks to prove a reasonable hypothesis that is based on reliable data.
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noun. A muscle that acts to modify a body or bodily limb by making a part progress away from the core of the body.
a 1970's project managed by the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill that monitored the social and academic processes of children from less than desirable rural communities when they entered full-time childcare establishments following their birth and remained in such a program until beginning 1st grade. It documented positive progress made by the children into adolescence in comparison to those who were not exposed to the childcare enrichment program.
most notably identified for treatment purposes during psychotherapy and interventions- a behavior that is out of character
noun. 1. a departure from one's average behavior. 2. in regard to eyesight, when beams of light do not correctly meet at the target area-the result of a lens malfunction or deformation.
noun. A reaction to a catalyst that directs or prompts an object/being to distance itself/their self from the catalyst.
a pharmaceutical drug. Also known as aripriazole, aripriprex. A common treatment method for bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression. A newer treatment approach for some autistic children in attempt to decrease aggression, irritability, and mood swings.
noun. Level of aptitude one is either born with or is trained to perform
1. categorization within learning environments that divides individuals based on their individual aptitudes and groups them together with like persons.
the recorded level of accomplishment an individual reaches