EXTRACEPTION

was first defined by U.S. psychologist Henry Alexander Murray (1893 - 1988) as an attitude of skepticism towards a specific concept or ideal. Such...

EXTRAUTERINE PREG

describes, the potentially painful medical condition, whereby a testicle has not descended fully from the abdominal cavity and has therefore become lodged outside of...

EYE-HAND COORDINATION

is the combined motions of the hands and eyes, working in tandem, for example; an infant may locate a toy with their eyes, and...

EXTRACHANCE

is an adjective used to describe a set of test results which differ greatly from the expectations planned before the (psychology) experiment was conducted....

EXTRAVERSION (EXTROVERSION)

is supposedly observed in those with external loci of identities, where the orientation of their energies and interests are focussed towards the outside environment...

EYELASH SIGN

is one of the many diagnostic tests a neurologist can perform, when determining the level of neurological damage to a patient. The stimulus of...

EXTRADURAL HEMORRHAGE

is internal bleeding which occurs outside the outermost protective layer covering the brain, otherwise known as the dura mater. Extradural hemorrhages are normally due...

EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

is an umbrella term used to describe any environment (a habitat or place) which can affect the species living there simply due to its...

EYELID CONDITIONING

was first explored by a researcher named Pavlov, who showed that it was possible to classically condition an animal (and even humans) usually through...

EXTRAFUSAL FIBER

are muscle fibres that are empirical to the general running and functioning of the nervous system. These fibres coat muscle spindles and are one...

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