It is from a nonsense poem in Through the Looking Glass (by British writer Lewis Carroll 1832
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a procedure of taking repeated subsamples from a data source. This procedure empowers the estimating of standard errors and confidence intervals.
the principle stating that when mental deterioration results from brain disease, the higher and recently developed functions are lost first.
An older name for clonic motor movements in one region or side of the body that start in one muscle group and then move systematically to adjacent motor groups.
restlessness expressed in tossing about . Also called jactation
This theory hypothesizes that there are many psychological responses as there are different intra-psychic feelings and that each of these responses precedes rather than follows the feeling.
He was the the most influential psychologist of his time he taught many students who contributed to the development of American psychology and helped to shape the field of psychology in its early decades.
tactile-sensibility test in which participants respond affirmatively or negatively when asked if they feel the touch of the examiner's fingers.
the belief that persuasive discourse is truly effective in case an individual refutes positive arguments on the other side of a question before answering negative attacks on one's own side.
management style in Japan in the 1980s stressing continuous improvement in quality, cnsensus decision making and acute inventory systems