NAIVE OBSERVER I

is an observer, who will have little or no knowledge about the scenario or event they are asked to observe, simply to watch and...

NARCOLEPSY-CATAPLEXY SYNDROME

is a complex which is characterized with accelerated muscle loss and persistent sleep attacks.

NASPSPA

an abbreviation used for North American Society for IIIF Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity.

NATIVE AMERICAN

is an umbrella term used to describe a member of any of the various indigenous peoples of the Western hemisphere who populated that territory...

NATURAL LAW

in the context of Science and Natural Philosophy a natural law is one that governs the basic principles of life which can be empirically...

NATURWISSENSCHAFTLICHE PSYCHOLOGIE

was first debated in the 19th century by German psychologists which took on laboratory techniques which were appropriate and useful for certain classes ...

NECROPHILIA

defines a sexual interest or the physical sexual contact with dead bodies, irrespective of the sex. In some cases, necrophiliacs have killed the victims...

NEED-PRESS THEORY

first proposed by U.S. psychologist Henry Alexander Murray (1893 - 1988) who proposed this explanation of behaviour in terms of the influence of both...

NEGATIVE HALLUCINATION

is the experience of being unable to visualize or see a person or object when directly looking at it, typically observed as a response...

NEGATIVE TRANSFER

describes any process which bars or obstructs previous learning with present learning.

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