CONTUSION

noun. Bruising or a bruise which can stem from many types of harm to the head causing cerebral contusion.

CONVERSATIONAL MAXIMS

postulated by American philosopher H. Paul Grice, the four fundamental regulations covering interpersonal communicating. These regulations convey that such communications ought to be (i)...

COOING

speech noises that are similar to vowels, made by newborns and young babies whenever they appear to be relaxed or satisfied.

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.

COPROPHEMIA (KOPROPHEMIA)

the usage of vulgarities as a perversion.

CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE, CORONARY-PRONE BEHAVIOR

behaviors or trends of behaviors thought to be correlated with an elevated threat of coronary heart disease. Commonly referred to today are type a...

CORRECTION FOR CONTINUITY

a group of statistical processes that are rendered in effort to repair the premise upon which such a process is- based upon a presumption...

CORRESPONDENCE PROBLEM

the requisite that components of one visual object need to be alike to those in another as perceived by the optical system.

CORTICAL- EVOKED RESPONSE, CORTICAL HEARING LOSS

auditory loss correlated with hearing disorders resulting from injury to the superior neurologic areas in the brain.

CORTICONUCLEAR FIBER

just about any set of fibers constructing a portion of the pyramidal tract which go from the cerebral cortex onto the nuclei within the...

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