END ORGAN

A structural part of a nerve ending such as a plate receptor or sensory receptor.

EPHEMERAL

Fleeting or transient.

ETHNOGRAPHY

Describing the study of cultures based on direct observation. Compare ethnology. See etnography.

ENTRAINMENT

The process that activates or provides a timing cue for a biological rhythm.

ENEMA

Injecting liquids into the rectum for bowel radiography and to administer certain drugs.

EFFORT JUSTIFICATION

The phenomenom where people evaluate a task more favourably when it involves something difficult or unpleasant. See cognitive dissonance theory- dissonace reduction.

EROTIZATION

Making any activty or part of the body erotic not usually though to be.

EXCITOTOXIC LESION

Lesion caused by overactivity of neurons that may be associated with seizures or occur after a stroke.

EYE-MOVEMENT CAMERA

is otherwise known as an eye tracker; normally an electronic device which photographs various eye movements (during specific conditions, such as an experiment) so...

EXECUTIVE CONTROL STRUCTURES

The mental structures used in problem solving that represent the problem situation, task objectives and strategies for solving the problem.

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