MOTOR THEORY OF SPEECH PERCEPTION

builds on the explanation of categorical perception by implying that speech perception relies on the processes which are used during speech production as much...

MOVING-EDGE DETECTOR

is any cell which has the capability of responding to a dark-light border which is moved through the visual field, there are conditions of...

MULTIATTRIBUTE-UTILITY ANALYSIS

uses dimensions which are relevant to the program outcome, which are then ranked and weighted in terms of their comparative social importance. Judges are...

MULTILEVEL ACADEMIC SURVEY TESTS (MAST)

attempts to examine a child's academic performance in reading and mathematics. There is three separate tests which are used, each using their own criterion...

MULTIPLE DELUSIONS

defines a multiplicity of delusions experienced by an individual which are not necessarily connected.

MULTIPLE-APTITUDE TEST

is a group of tests which are used to examine the participants IQ yielding information about their subject abilities opposed to simply calculating a...

MULTISTATE INFORMATION SYSTEM (MSIS)

is used typically in U.S. mental hospitals and community mental health facilities, where an automated system provides comparative statistics for the evaluation of programs....

MUSCLE

is a tissue found in animals typically which generates the force necessary to move parts of ones body.

MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDER

is an umbrella term used to describe any disorder which results in the impairment of neurons, tendons, bones, joints and connective tissues.

MUTUAL ACCOMMODATION

is a relationship which exists between two or more individuals, such as those sharing a house where they must change they opinions, routines or...

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