KINESTHETIC SENSE (Movement Sense)

Kinesthesis, literally “feeling of movement,” is the sense that provides the brain with information concerning the contracting and stretching of our muscles. This information...

KNOWING

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KINDNESS

It is a benevolent and helpful action intentionally directed towards another person, it is motivated by the desire to help another and not to...

KLINEFELTER'S SYNDROME

Mental retardation is uncommon but many affected individuals have behavioural problems. Also called XXY syndrome, it is a chromosomal disorder affecting males born with...

KINESTHETIC RECEPTOR

Found in muscles, tendons and joints and any of the sensory receptors that monitor the position and movement of muscles

KISSING BEHAVIOR

The kiss may involve lip contact with any part of the body and with varying degrees of pressure. Or the activity of making contact...

KALLIKAK

a family stugy claimed to provide evidence of inheritance of moral traits and risk of moral degeneracy due to mental retardation, it was also...

K-STRATEGY

Populations of K strategists expand to the maximum size that the habitat can support its carrying capacity or K. The strategy implies that the...

KINESTHETIC FEEDBACK

Provided by stretch receptors in the muscle spindles and tendons as well as by receptors in the joints. Information about the movement, position tension...

KNOWLEDGE

An awareness of the existence of something and information and understanding of a specific topic of the world in general which is usually acquired...

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