MENTAL MECHANISM

can include any of the following, in terms of psychodynamics- memory, specifically which stores different types of information- language, which enables the expression of...

MENTAL TEST 1

an umbrella term which describes any test which examines an individuals psychological traits.

MERIDIONAL AMBLYOPIA

causes contours of oblique orientation to appear sharply focused whereas other orientations will appear blurred even when the astigmatism has actually been cured by...

MESODERM

is the middle of three primary unique layers of an animal embryo found between the ectoderm and the endoderm. Mesoderm typically develops into cartilage,...

META-ANALYSIS

is a research technique where researchers will collect and collate a wide range of previously conducted research, compare the results and then use this...

METAESTHETIC RANGE

describes the range of sensation under which pain will be interpreted as accidental.

METAPSYCHOLOGY

is the study and awareness of the principles which underlie the study of psychology as a whole. Freud was one research scientist who believed...

METHOD OF CONCOMITANT VARIATION

one of the first five canons of empirical science, the fifth canon to be specific which were first proposed by British philosopher John Stuart...

METHODOLOGICAL OBJECTIVISM VERSUS METHOD

first proposed by U.S. psychologist Robert I. Watson (1909 - 1980) is a prescriptive dimension which can be used to evaluate psychological theories. Methodological...

MEYER'S THEORY

is a theory of mental illness devised by U.S. psychiatrist Adolf Meyer (1866 - 1950) which implied that mental disorders developed on the back...

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