MODIFIER

in the context of genetics, a modifier is a gene that research has implied has an effect on changing other hereditary factors however, they...

MULTIPLE HURDLE MODEL OF SELECTION

is a battery of selection test typically employed when someone is applying for a position, they must pass each station before they are then...

MAZE-BRIGHT AND MAZE-DULL RATS

was an experiment conducted on rats at a research facility in America. They were selected based on their performance on a standard maze activity...

MICROGENETIC METHOD

an experimental technique which examines a developmental change in a small population over a small period of time, usually days or weeks.

MORBIDITY RATE

defines an incidence of a specific disease or condition expressed as a ratio of a population.

MAY, ROLLO

was a U.S. psychologist, psychoanalyst and existentialist who earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1949 in clinical psychology. May had a wide range...

MACHIAVELLIANISM

a belief that ends justify means, however ruthless the consequences and how it affects others.

MUNSTERBERG,HUGO (1863-1916)

Miinsterberg was a versatile student of the human sciences, noted equally for his contributions to philosophy and to applied psychology. Bom in Germany, he...

MONOTONY

Most research on monotony has been concerned with industrial work, since monotonous tasks frequently lead to lowered output and greater energy expenditure than varied...

MIND-CURE MOVEMENT

was a movement during the 19th century which preached that a healthy body was the result of healthy thinking.

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