KINESTHETIC HALLUCINATION

Movement of the body and a false perception of it

KOHLBERG'S THEORY

Broadly speaking the morally developed individual moves from a selfish concern with rewards and punishment through a reliance on fixed rules and conventional attitudes...

KOLMOGOROV-SMIRNOV TEST

It is the distributional equivalence of two samples or of the fit of a sample to theoretical distribution and is a non parametric test

KINESIS

An animal might be more or less active according the the amount of light, temperature or humidity and is a type of movement in...

KANIZSA FIGURE

A common example is the Kanizsa triangle which is induced by three black circles placed in the apexes of a triangle. Each circle has...

KURTOSIS

Probability distribution and the fourth central moment of it

KAUFMAN ADOLESCENT AND ADULT INTELLIGENCE TEST (KAIT)

It yields scores that reflect these two kinds of abilities and the intelligence based upon the theory of fluid and crystallized abilities. In can...

KNOCKDOWN

a laboratory animal in which specific genes are present but unexpressed

KLIIVER-BUCY SYNDROME

Symptoms may include visual agnosia unable to recognise object decreased emotional responsibility including loss of normal fear and anger responses, distraction and memory loss...

KUNDT'S RULES

When bisecting a horizontal line using one eye, the observer tends to place the midpoint too near the nasal side of the eye, distances...

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