EXTRAPSYCHIC CONFLICT

is conflict which is attributed between the environment an individual is placed in and their own minds. It is considered the inverse of intrapsychic...

EXTRINSIC RELIGION

is the binary opposite of intrinsic religion. Extrinsic religion primarily concerns itself with the social and moral obligations to those surrounding the religion and...

EYEWITNESS MEMORY

refers to an individual's unique recollection of a specific event or occurance from memory, typically associated with criminal events, such as the mugging of...

EXTRAPUNITIVE

with respect to reactive measures, can be actions which are directed at an individual who is perceived to be the source of another individual's...

EXTRINSIC REWARD

is the binary opposite of intrinsic rewards. Extrinsic rewards are given to those after the observation of behaviours or conditions which are not a...

EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY

is testable evidence which is typically given under oath in a court of law by an individual who will offer their recollection of a...

EXTRAPYRAMIDAL DYSKINESIA

an umbrella term used to describe dyskinesias, otherwise understood as voluntary movements. Examples of these include; tremors, spasms, tics, rigidity of the muscles or,...

EYE BANK

is effectively an organ bank. When individual's leave their organs to medical science or transplant lists, eyes are transferred to eye banks before being...

EYSENCK PERSONALITY INVENTORY EPI

was first developed by the British psychologist Sybil B. G. Eysenck and Hans Eysenck. It was a self-reported test designed to work with both...

EXTRAPYRAMIDAL EFFECTS

is an umbrella term used to describe any reactions which involve the extra-pyramidal tract which is associated with the central nervous system. These effects...

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