MANDRAKE

is part of the Manilmgoia officinamm plant which has traditional uses as an anaesthetic, aphrodisiac, hallucinogen and a supposed remedy for asthma, whooping cough,...

MODAFINIL

is a stimulating drug which is used in the treatment of narcolepsy, with an unknown mechanism. Theories suggest that modafinil may exert its effect...

MENTAL HEALTH AND ECONOMIC LEVEL

A recent and promising development in the mental health field is the long-overdue recognition that patients on different socioeconomic levels require different therapeutic approaches....

METAPSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE

first proposed by Anna Freud in 1965, an AL PROFILE lists a patients intrapsychic function against a simple list of symptoms which offers a...

MONOCULAR

otherwise referring to one eye only.

MATCHING HYPOTHESIS

is a psychological theory which implies relationships are formed between two people who equal or are very similar in terms of attractiveness.

MIINSTERBERG, HUGO

(1863 - 1916) was a German born U.S. psychologist who earned his doctorate (Ph.D.) from the University of Leipzig in 1885 before then obtaining...

MODALITY PROFILE

is a list of problems and their proposed treatments which are spread across seven different modalities (parameters) which are considered to be distinct of...

MOTIVATIONAL FACTOR

is any factor whether that be emotional, spiritual, physiological or otherwise which propels an individual forward in an exercise or activity.

MENTAL MECHANISM

can include any of the following, in terms of psychodynamics- memory, specifically which stores different types of information- language, which enables the expression of...

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