ACOUSMA

noun. An unspoken hallucination, like a humming in the ear, calling out, or ringing noise.

ACQUIRED

adjective. Expressing a reply, form of conduct, concept, or data that has been discovered or even created based on experiences instead of being natural.

ACROMICRIA

noun. A kind of development designated by unusually small fingers, feet, and facial appearance.

ACTION PAINTING

a type of painting, frequently utilized in art therapy, in which persons generate impromptu theoretical works making use of alternative skills, for instance, spraying,...

ACTIVATION THEORY OF EMOTION

the theory that feeling is measurable as a form of variation in a person's degree of fuel output (for example, degree of excitement levels)...

ACTIVE NOISE REDUCTION (ANR)

a strategy related with sound decrease which helps to make full use of noise absorbing tools.

ACTIVITY PLEASURE

the contentment taken from doing the job. Also contains intelligent operations which fulfill a person's interest.

ACTUARIAL

adjective. statistical, as compared to clinical. The employment of information regarding previous examples, so to calculate approximately the chance or risk of a particular...

ACUTE BRAIN DISORDER

any repeated form of signs stemming from intermittent, conversed impairment of neurological operations.

AD BACULUM

standing for a kind of casual delusion or a convincing approach that occurs when proofs of legality are grounded in an appeal to strain...

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