ADVERSE WITNESS

a person that exposes prejudice toward someone who calls upon them in order to pass on proof in a courtroom.

AESTHETIC THRESHOLD

the limit which someone can render a dependable visual judgment. It does seem to be in close proximity to the sensorial limit.

AFFECTIVE DISCHARGE

the declaration of powerful feelings by patients going through treatment in which the professional uses certain methods targeted at creating more intense examination of...

AFFECTIVE TONE

the state of mind or sense corresponding with a particular encounter or stimulant. In therapy, whenever a patient doesn't work to acknowledge their affective...

AFFIRMATION

noun. With regard to various contexts of therapy, specifically CBT, a brief phrase which is spoken again and again by a patient in effort...

AFTERIMAGE

noun. The visual which stays present even after a stimulant ceases or is taken away. A positive doesn't happen very often and only remains...

AGE RATIO

one clue of the prognostic capacity of a skills exam, acquired by separating the scholar's numerical age at one dispersion of an exam by...

AGEUSIA (AGUEVIA)

a truth in respect to a criminal offense or to the accused which helps to make the criminal offenses even more sizeable or backs...

AGING

noun. the biological, emotional, and mental alterations correlated with numerical age. A line is frequently drawn to separate alterations as a result of standard...

AGRANULAR CORTEX

the part of the cerebral cortex which has no granual cells' found n the first, third, and fifth membranes of the region- special respect...

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