DEAF-MUTE

noun. A noncurrent and dyslogistic term for someone who can't talk, or decides not to , due to hereditary or formatively-gained significant deafness.

DEATH-QUALIFIED JURY

The jury that contains people capable of handling down a death penalty. See Wainright vs. Witt.

DECENTRALIZED ORGANIZATION

An organisation where authority is spread out over the organisation rather than just those at the top. Compare centralised organisation.

DANCE THERAPY

the utilization of many types of rhythmic motions as a therapy-based method to assist people in attaining better body consciousness and social interplay and...

DASEIN ANALYSIS

a technique employed in existential psychotherapy stressing the requisite to not just one's presence in the world, but additionally what one can come to...

DAY BLINDNESS

irregular vulnerability of the fovea centralis to vibrant light.

DEAFNESS

noun. The part or total inexistence of the auditory sense. It might be genetic or gained otherwise by trauma or illness, at any point...

DEAUTOMATIZATION HYPOTHESIS

An idea that states automatic processes cab be controlled by conscious and voluntary control. See automaticity.

DANCING MOUSE

a group of mice demonstrating behavior similar to dancing. They possess a genetic fault wherein deterioration of hair cells occurs in the inner ear,...

DAT 1

1. abbreviated form of the Alzheimer's form of dementia. 2. abbreviated form of Differential Aptitude Tests.

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