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.

ABREACTION

noun. Therapy which pulls regressed and/or repressed memories into the forefront of one's consciousness in attempt to relieve pent up worry and anxiety.

ABSOLUTE PITCH

commonly referred to as pitch perfect, this exemplifies one's capacity to recognize audible pitches without the use of other pitches to guide their decision.

ABSTRACT THINKING

employing an abstract attitude- a way of thinking in which a person can acknowledge the presence of all factors of an environment, and still...

ACADEMIC FREEDOM

the rights held by students and faculty within higher learning facilities to express themselves and their opinions wholly, without judgment or fear of persecution

ACCELERATION

noun. 1. a rise in the rate at which something/someone moves. 2. in regards to arithmetic, the speed at with change occurs in the...

ACCIDENT ANALYSIS

the procedure followed to ascertain how an accident occurred in keeping with a plan to aid in prevention of such accidents in the future.

ACCRETION

1. retaining curricula via repetition of materials. 2. the gathering of things in one's surroundings, which can show the magnitude of individual accountability of...

ACHEIRIA (ACHIRIA)

being born having just one hand or neither hand. 2. a state of illness in which one lacks the ability to differentiate between being...

ACHROMATIC

1. lacking color- colorless agents of black, white and gray. 2. retaining the ability to bend light while keeping it in tact in regards...

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