MOTOR THEORY OF THOUGHT

became popular in the 1920s which explained that motor system responses are controlled entirely by the conditioned responses of the reflex links between the...

MOVING-WINDOW TECHNIQUE

is an experimental technique where the majority of words are covered, leaving a small number of them available to view by looking through a...

MULTIAXIAL CLASSIFICATION

uses various factors such as- social and cultural influences, clinical symptoms to make a solid diagnosis and classification of a mental illness. The DSM-IV-TR...

MULTILINGUAL APHASIA EXAMINATION (MAE)

is a primarily neurological based examination which has a primary purpose of determining the presence of aphasia and if positively identified, the level of...

MULTIPLE DRAFTS HYPOTHESIS

proposed by Daniel Clement Dennett (1942 - ) and British physician Marcel Kinsbourne (1931 - ) which describes perception as being in draft form...

MULTIPLE-CHOICE TEST

an experimental technique where there is an array of choices for each question, normally with only one correct one.

MULTISTORE MODEL OF MEMORY

is one of the many theories which attempt to explain memory, the MMM says there are three stores- sensory, short and long term memory...

MUSCLE ACTION POTENTIAL

is the wave of depolarisation d polarisation which sweeps across a muscle when stimulated.

MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

is the system of muscles and bones which support and provide rigidity to the body.

MUTUAL HELP

is the process is talking and interacting with an individual in the same position as yourself to explore potential routes of resolution.

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