KNOWING

Know procedure, see remember

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...

KAINATE RECEPTOR

It is coupled to a ligand-gated ion channel, which opens when the receptor is activated and is a type of glutamate receptor that binds...

KINESTHETIC RECEPTOR

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

KIRTON ADAPTION-INNOVATION INVENTORY (KAI)

It is designed to measure creativity, cognitive style and the degree to which individuals are adaptive, innovative or a range of both in their...

KINETIC DEPTH EFFECT

Depending on the relative motions of the elements in the figure, the impression that a figure has three dimensions. See depth from motion

KNOCKOUT ORGANISM

an organism in which a particular gene has been eliminated or inactivated by an experimenter

KRAEPELIN'S DISEASE

First described by Emil W.M.G Kraeplin 1856-1926 German psychiatrist, it is a disorder characterized by depressive symptoms accompanied by psychotic features but doesn't meet...

KINESTHETIC HALLUCINATION

Movement of the body and a false perception of it

KEY-WORD METHOD

A technique sometimes used in foreign language vocabulary. The word associated with the sound of a foreign word and linked to the foreign words...

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