Where the range of cues attended to is inversely related to the degree of arousal.
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2oth century Canadian psychologist.
Technology allowing people with disabilities to eat independently.
Any behaviour in relation to eating that may be abnormal. See eating disorder.
An irresistible impulse to eat. See compulsive eating.
Any disorder featuring pathological eating behaviour.
Where a disorder does not meet any other criteria and include pica and rumination disorder.
A test using nonsense syllablesto study processes of memory free from any associations.
German psychologist 1850-1909. Famous for memory experiments and seeing how people forget.
The graphic depiction of forgetting over time after learning.