MOTOR CONVERSION SYMPTOMS

of which examples include- impaired coordination and balance, paralysis or weakness confined to a specific area of the body, difficulty in swallowing, aphonia and...

MOTOR MEMORY

is the ability to remember specific motor movements, such as dance moves and then replicate them.

MOTOR SYSTEM

the entire complex network of skeletal muscles, neural connections with muscle tissues and structures of the CNS which are linked indirectly or directly with...

MOVEMENT PERSPECTIVE

is an illusion which affects the distance an object is away. For example a bird that fly's past your face will seem much faster...

MULLER-URBAN METHOD

first proposed by U.S. psychologist, Frank M. Urban and Georg Flias Muller (1850 - 1934) who was a German experimental psychologist. It was a...

MULTIGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION PROCESS

when applied to psychological problems is the theory that some conditions such as anxiety are passed on through the generations. It is one of...

MULTIPLE CLASSIFICATION

is the ability to classify and categorize multiple characteristics at any one time, for example a traffic light could be classed as rectangular whilst...

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS)

is a condition where the myelin sheaths coating neurons within the nervous system are systematically removed leading to neurons enflaming and giving rise to...

MULTISKILLED (MULTISKILL)

Is the name given to those with a speciality or mastery in more than one skillset such as a carpenter who is also a...

MUSCARINE

can be isolated from Amanita muscaria, otherwise known as Agaric and other fungi. Muscarine stimulates a variety of acetylcholine receptors in smooth muscle, cardiac...

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