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L DATA

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Based on the life record or life history of an individuals and the information about their personality, see o data, q data, t data

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LA BELLE INDIFFERENCE

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Seen in some people with conversion disorder it is the inappropriate lack of concern about the seriousness or implications of one's physical symptoms

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LAAM I

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It has longer half in about 72 hours than methadone and therefore needs to be taken only three times a week which is a major advantage over methadone which is taken daily.

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LABELED LINES

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Inputs to the brain that are nerve inputs and the brain conceptualized as each reporting only one particular type of information

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LABELED-LINE THEORY OF TASTE CODING

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The taste is perceived exclusively as a product of activity in that labelled line activity in neurons outside the labelled line contributes only noise

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LABELING

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Patient may be incomplete or misleading, because not all cases conform to the sharply defined characteristics of the standard diagnostic categories, in psychological assessment

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LABELING THEORY

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Describing an individual as deviant and then treating them as such may result in mental disorder or delinquency also called societal reaction theory and the sociological hypothesis assessment

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LABIA

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The labia comprising a larger outer pair, the majora sing, labium majus and a thinner inner pair the minora sing, labium minus enclose the clitoris and the openings of the urethra and vagina, it is four folds of tissue forming part of the female genitalia

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LABIAL

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Lacking emotional stability see affective, describing the early stage of memory formation that can be easily disrupted by factors influencing brain activity, or relating to the lips. Denoting a speech sound made with the lips

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