LANDMARK

The design and placement of landmarks can significantly affect way finding behaviour, see environmental cognition; legibility and is an external reference point

LANGUAGE PLANNING

a government attempt to change the way a language is used in a community.

LATENT INHIBITION

The impedance of Pavlovian conditioning resulting from prior exposures with a conditioned stimulus before being paired with an unconditioned stimulus.

LAW OF ASSIMILATION

The theory that an organism will respond to new stimuli based on reactions to familiar stimuli. Also known as generalization.

LABIA

The labia comprising a larger outer pair, the majora sing, labium majus and a thinner inner pair the minora sing, labium minus enclose the...

LAGOPHTHALMOS (LAGOPHTHALMUS)

The condition occurs in cases of leprosy it is a disorder marked by the inability to close the eyelids completely

LANDOLT CIRCLES

Used to test visual acuity also called Landolts circles.

LANGUAGE TRANSFER

Negative transfer occurs when differences between the two languages structures lead to systematic errors in the learning of the second language and to transfer...

LATENT LEARNING

Learning that occurs without awareness or conscious effort or intention. Learning may come from social cues, through rewards, or observations.

LAW OF CONTRAST

The principle based on the assumption that individuals base their behavior on comparison of opposites not with sameness.

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