Law established by the courts and not legislation. See common law.
Any group of people that form by chance, in a public place and share a temporary focus.
A theory dealing with the interaction of cognitive anxiety and physiological arousal. Performance will increase to a certain point but then will suddenly drop...
A nerve cell that releases catecholine such as norepiniephrine. See adrenergic.
A flexible tube inserted into the body to introduce or remove fluids.
1. The time between a cause and its related effect. See delayed effect. 2. Used in path analysis and is about thequality of the...
Abbreviation of Cognitive, Complexity, conteol theory.
Process during the development of an embryo where a cell effects the one next to it differentiating. Also called cell interactions.
A feature of the receptive fields of visual somatosensory neurons where centre stimulation is opposite to peripheral stimulation.
1. with regard to cognitive psychology, a method wherein a design of mental processes is put to work as a computer program to examine...