NEED AROUSAL

is a method used in advertising which plays on a desire or requirement of the target to try and sell the product to them,...

NEURAL INDUCTION

describes the influence of a single neuron or collection of neurons exerted on the development of other cells.

NEED FOR CLOSURE

is the primordial motivation or desire to achieve a full closure or finality and absoluteness in a decision, judgement or choice. Individuals with a...

NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (NASPSPA)

a multidisciplinary group of scholars from the behavioral sciences and associated professional fields. The intent of the group is to encourage the scientific study...

NICOTINE

was first isolated from the tobacco plant in 1828 and was then named after the French diplomat, Jean Nicot, who introduced tobacco into France....

NEURAL FOLDS

are formed when ridges of ectodermal tissue fuse together to form the neural tubing.

NORM GROUP

a set of people whose performance acts as the foundation for mandating norms.

NECROPHOBIA

describes an irrational and persistent fear of corpses.

NONCENTRAL T DISTRIBUTION

a t-distribution wherein the noncentrality parameter isn't equivalent to zero.

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 ...

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