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...

EYE CONTACT

is otherwise known as mutual gazing between two people, it is the persistent gazing into the eyes of the individual they are conversing with....

EYSENCK, HANS JURGEN

was a German-born British psychologist who lived between 1916 and 1997. He earned his Ph.D. from University College, London in 1940. He later founded...

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,...

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