EXTRAPYRAMIDAL SYMP

is one of the motor regions of the central nervous system which does not include the; motor cortex, any motor neurons or the cortico-spinal...

EYE DOMINANCE

is observed in a small population where one eye will be physically stronger (this fact can be ascertained through various tests) than the other....

EYSENCK'S TYPOLOGY

is otherwise known as PEN typology; is a system which is used to classify human personality types, through the use of three different categories;...

EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION (ESP)

otherwise known as 'ESP', is the alleged ability to sense events occuring around oneself, through an extra sense or means such as; clairvoyance, telepathy,...

EYE MOVEMENTS

are the result of both contraction and the relaxation of the extrinsic muscles which surround the eyes. These movements allow our 'binocular' vision, fixation...

EXTRASPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE

is considered the inverse of introspective approaches to observations. An extraspective perspective involves the methodological, objective and empirical observation of an action which is...

EYE MUSCLES 1 (EXTRINSIC EYE MUSCLES)

are a group of muscles which allow the eye to move within the eye socket itself. The extrinsic eye muscles are made up of...

EXTRASPECTRAL HUE

typically consists of a variety of wavelengths, thereby creating a mixture, and as a result, not falling along the visible light spectrum. An example...

EYE TRACKER

is an electronic device which allows researchers to accurately track the movements of the eye and determine what the eyes are fixating on. Similar...

EXTRASTRIATE VISUAL AREAS

are typically located outside the primary visual cortexes, otherwise known as the striate cortex and are the visually responsible areas of the cerebral cortex....

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