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TABOO (TABU)

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A social, spiritual, moral or ethical restriction that makes a man to restraint from a particular behaviour, person or an object. There are many kinds; social taboos, religious taboos, and moral taboos.

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TABULA RASA CONCEPT

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According to this concept, mind is evolved as blank tablet when a person is born and everything is written over it is due to sensory experiences what a person does during his life time.

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TACHISTOSCOPE

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a device which displays the object, pictures, numbers and words on the screen. It is also known as T scope. It shows the objects, numbers or images for very short period of time and then vanish them.

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TACHYCARDIA

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The pathologically fast beating of the heart in response to stress or drugs.

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TACHYPHAGIA

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a pathological form of rapid eating.

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TACHYPHEMIA

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speech that is fast and voluble. Read also the term pressured speech.

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TACHYPHRENIA

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a mental hyperactivity.

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TACHYPHYLAXIS

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It is the body's ineffective response to a particular drug. A person develops tolerance for the drug and the drug no longer effects on his body for the treatment of disease for which it was referred.

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TACHYPSYCHIA

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altered perception of time. See psychological time.

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TACIT KNOWLEDGE

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The knowledge which is not gain as a formal one. This includes the knowledge that is gained at home. No one teaches the rules of society and how to act while experiencing a particular emotion. informally gained.

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