INTRINSIC REWARD

An outcome that is positively valued and is an activity that is implicit, such as satisfaction or pleasure gained from developing a special skill....

INTUITION

Perception or immediate insight as contrasted with conscious reflection or reasoning. Intuitions have been characterized as quasi-mystical alternatively experiences and instinct as the products

INVERSE KINEMATICS

Typically specified in terms of positions and the transformation necessary to go from movement goals also the trajectories in space, to achieve these goals...

INVOLUNTARY RESPONSE

The reflex contraction of the pupils in response to bright light and the response that is not under conscious control

IPRONIAZID

Developed in the 1950s to treat tuberculosis and is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor, it was later found the have therapeutic value in the treatment...

IRRADIATION THEORY OF LEARNING

the theory, which states that each and every stimulus triggers a particular set of cells in the brain; consequentially this activation extends (irridiates).

ISOCHRONY

A noun presenting an easily-spottable reguularity with which components of complex movements are often produced at one and the same intervals. These movements include...

ISONIAZID

a medicine for treating tuberculosis, which blocks the function of pyridoxine in metabolizing glutamic acid in order to form the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid.

ITERATION

A certain computational step repetition until futher repetition no longer changes the outcome or until the repetition meets some other predefined criterion.

INETABOTROPIC RECEPTOR

The name of a neurotransmitter receptor that does not contain an ion channel but may use a G protein to open a nearby ion...

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