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N., Sam M.S.

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Sam holds a masters in Child Psychology and is an avid supporter of Psychology academics.

ABIOTROPHY

noun. The decrease in one's ability to ward off infections and disease. For instance, infections are more likely as human's age due to declining...

ABILITY-ACHIEVEMENT DISCREPANCY

the difference among what a person is know to be capable of in terms of academic abilities, and how they actually perform academically.

ABILITY TRAIT

part of an individual's disposition that retains their ability to reach intended marks they set for their selves in life. Grouped with dynamic and...

ABILITY TEST

1. a formatted or patterned way of examining mass groups of like individuals to determine the average intelligence and ability of each. 2. an...

ABILITY LEVEL

the recorded level of accomplishment an individual reaches

ABILITY GROUPING

1. categorization within learning environments that divides individuals based on their individual aptitudes and groups them together with like persons.

ABILITY

noun. Level of aptitude one is either born with or is trained to perform

ABILIFY N

a pharmaceutical drug. Also known as aripriazole, aripriprex. A common treatment method for bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression. A newer treatment approach for some...

ABIENCE

noun. A reaction to a catalyst that directs or prompts an object/being to distance itself/their self from the catalyst.

A-BETA FIBER

transmitters that quickly convey data from skin-based receptors to the central nervous system- myleinated fibers, largest in size of all peripheral nerve fibers.

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