CROSS-CORRELATION MECHANISM

the hearing device presumed to provide the foundation for noise localization based on the premise of interaural time differences.

COVERT DESENSITIZATION

a type of desensitization therapy wherein a person is assisted in mastering a worry or fear by learning to be at peace while remembering...

CONTEXTUALISM

noun. 1. the theory that the memory of events isn't just the result of ties between said occurrences, as in the associationist philosophy, but...

CANCELLATION TEST

n. A neuropsychological test which assesses perceptual and motor speed. From a given list of items randomly-distributed on a page or a screen, a...

CAFFEINE

Stimulant found in tea, coffee, chocolate, cocoa.

CATAPHASIA

n. a speech disorder in which there is involuntary yet successive repetition of the same word or same phrase. It is a phenomenon observed...

CRASH

noun. 1. The withdrawal indicators, typically overcome by depressing emotions, that happen following an extensive period of amphetamine intoxication. 2. the timeframe subsequent to...

CULTURAL EPOCH THEORY

the once effective, but now widely disgraced theory that all people cultures go through like phases of economic and social arrangement in the same...

CARUS TYPOLOGY

n. a classification of human body constitution into five types, namely: 1) the cerebral type, 2) the athletic type, 3) the phthisic type, 4)...

CAPTIVITY

The state of being contained and confined to an area. Like a POW or an animal in a zoo. Compare field research.

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