ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAMMING

refers to the determination of the performance requirements of buildings and other physical facilities prior to their actual construction. Key considerations include the behavior...

AESTHETIC APPRECIATION

the severity to which a stimulant is taken pleasure in due to its visual attributes.

ANIMAL CARE AND USE

Ethical regulations pertaining to the use of animals in research and experimentation. Animals must be treated in the most humane, ethical manner possible when...

APRACTAGNOSIA

refers to an impaired ability to organize, remember, and/or perform a sequence of movements or skilled motor activities. May also refer to deficits in...

AFFECT

the act of feeling a sentiment spanning from distress to extreme joy, from the most minor to the very involved senses involved with feeling,...

ANOXEMIA

n. a condition marked by restricted oxygen levels (or the complete absence of) in the blood. If severe, this may result in brain damage...

ANDROGYNISM

a descriptive term that denotes the presence of male and female sex characteristics in the same individual. See also hermaphrodite,. androgyne n. androgynous...

ANAGOGIC INTERPRETATION

delivered by Carl Jung and later fully implemented by Herbert Silberer, the comprehension of dreams and various other subconscious concepts as displays of desires...

ANISOTROPY

n. refers to the state of differences with respect to orientation, direction, symmetry, or form. In vision, this refers to differences between the perceptions...

ANACUSIA ANADANMIDE

noun. A neurotransmitter which ties itself to cannabinoid receptors.

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