KIN RECOGNITION

Individuals are able to recognize those that they have interacted with during development but fail to recognize related individuals with whom they have never...

KINESTHETIC IMAGERY

Dynamic is the cognitive creation of the feeling of movements while physically moving, like a figure skater may imagine the feeling of routine elements...

KLEINE-LEVIN SYNDROME

Symptoms may last for days to weeks, include excessive food intake, irritability, disorientation, lack of energy and hypersensitivity to noise. It is part of...

KNOWLEDGE BASE

A repository of factual and heuristic information that guides an organization's approach to specific problems or challenges, to research the best practices and so...

KOPFERMANN CUBES

A hexagon equally divided into six triangles is one example. The gestalt principles of perception of two dimensional triangles rather than sides of a...

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...

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...

KENNARD PRINCIPLE

This principle that brain damage sustained early in life is less debilitating that brain damage sustained in later life, presumably because of the enhanced...

KIN SELECTION

Individuals share 50% of their genes with a parent or sibling, so if an individual risks its own ability to reproduce or survive but...

KINESTHETIC RECEPTOR

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

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