CONFUSIONAL STATE

a condition of handicapped intellectual operations wherein consciousness is maintained but with deprivation of intellectual comprehensibility and orientation to time, area, and occasionally the...

CELEXA

n. Trade name for citalopram. Belongs to a group of drugs classified as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). A antidepressant drug, it is used...

CRIBRIFORM PLATE

a filtering membrane in the cranium that holds up the olfactory bulb and allows such receptor fibers to branch out through its openings to...

CAREER EDUCATION

Instruction program that prepares for employment and or possibilities of employment.

CRANIOFACIAL ANOMALY

a construction-based malformation, generally hereditary, which involved the skull and face. Some disorders marked by this consist of Crouzon's syndrome, Hurler's syndrome, and Treacher-Collins...

CONDUCTION

noun. With regard to physiology, the communication of arousal in a muscle, nerve, or other tissue.

COORDINATE BILINGUAL

someone who consistently implements two languages, the second of which being acquired apart from the first and inside a separate framework or setting.

CONSTRUCTIVISM

noun. The abstract viewpoint which is core to the works of Piaget wherein individuals progressively construct their views of the world and perceptions of...

CONDITIONED INHIBITION

the diminishment of a conditioned reaction which happens upon surfacing of a stimulant that has prior been experienced in various situations.

CALLBACK

The follow up interview after an initial talk or a product purchase.

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