MOTOR EQUIVALENCE

the ability to complete certain tasks by utilizing parts of the body under different conditions, for example- writing a letter using your arm whilst...

MANIC-DEPRESSIVE REACTION (DEPRESSIVE PHASE)

Depressive reactions frequently occur in persons who have a history of manic episodes, butare even more often the sole expression of manic-depressive psychosis. There...

MYSTICISM

in the context of oneself, mysticism is the view that there are sources of information which are distinct and do not follow the same...

MEDIATE EXPERIENCE

is the conscious interpretation and usually entirely conscious awareness of events occurring externally to the current environment of interest and stimuli.

MERITAL

a common or trade name for a drug called nomifensine.

MANIPULATION CHECK

A sub-test to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the experimental design used in a study.

MASSED PRACTICE

is considered less effective than a distributed practice, a massed practice involves learning a large amount of material over a short period of time...

MICTURITION REFLEX

is the reflex contraction of the bladder as a response from stretch receptors. Children learn to suppress and control this mechanism during their early...

MULTIPLE-CHOICE TEST

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

MOTOR TEST

describes a test which is used to examine an individuals motor capabilities.

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