MONOSYMPTOMATIC CIRCUMSCRIPTION

specifically dictates a mental condition with only one symptom.

MOOD-AS-IN FORMAT ION THEORY

first proposed by U.S. psychologists Norbet Schwarz (1953 - ) and Gerald I. Clore (1939 - ), the format ion theory is a theory...

MORAL NIHILISM

is the belief that there are no moral principles that exist in society which is distinct from moral relativism.

MORBIDITY RISK

in the context of epidemiology, it is the statistical change an individual will develop a condition or disease given certain factors such as age...

MORPHOPHONEME

is a unit which represents a set of phonemes which constitute the allomorphs of a single morpheme.

MOTHER LOVE

is defined as a protective and possessive affection which a mother will typically display towards their child throughout their life.

MOTION SICKNESS

is a form of general sickness with the following symptoms- nausea, dizziness, headache, pallo, cold sweats, and in some cases prostration and vomiting. Motion...

MOTOR BEHAVIOR, MOTOR-FUNCTION HOMUNCULUS

first proposed by Canadian neurosurgeon Wilder Penfield (1891 - 1976) which maps the whole motor cortex, reflecting the complexity of the tasks completed in...

MOTOR IMPERSISTENCE

is an effect observed in some individuals where whilst they may be able to instigate a motor function, such as rolling the tongue, they...

MOTOR SET

can be audible signals which will instil a sense of readiness such as hearing: Ready, set

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