MILL'S CANONS

is a set of five separate theories which govern experimental science with respect to auditory stimuli which was first proposed by John Stuart Mill...

MORAL CODE

is a set of rules or a code of conduct which governs how an individual should act within a community or group.

MENSTRUATION

is the discharge of blood and endmetrial tissue from the uterus through the vagina in women which marks the end of the menstrual cycle.

MANIFEST ANXIETY

is the theory that anxiety is fuelled by underlying emotional conflict and repressed feelings.

MUCOCUTANCOUS SKIN

is the skin found on the lips without hair. It is also found at the nasal and anal orifices.

MENACME

is any period in a woman's life during which she experiences menstrual activity.

MELLARIL

a common or trade name for a drug called thioridazine.

MYELITIS

defines an inflammation of the spinal cord.

METAEVALUATION

involves the systematic and thorough evaluation of the assessment methodology in terms of- rigor, utility, cost, relevance, scope, importance, credibility, timeliness and pervasiveness of...

MOTOR CORTEX

is found in the front lobe of the brain and is wholly responsible for the control of voluntary movement. There are two parts- the...

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