NEOBEHAVIORISM

is one branch of psychology which was based primarily on logical positivism which supported the development of comprehensive theories and frameworks which could be...

NEONATICIDE

is the killing or murder of a child who is less than 24 hours old.

NERVE DEAFNESS PERCEPTIVE IMPAIRMENT AND NERVE LOSS SENSORINEURAL DEAFNESS

otherwise known as nerve impairment. See adult sensorineural lesions- childhood sensorineural lesions, presbycusis.

NERVUS TERMINALIS

typically originate near the olfactory epithelium cells and are a collection nerve fibres.

NEURAL CONSTRUCTIVISM

is one theory of brain development that implies cognitive development results as a balance between the neural substrates and environment are met.

NEURAL SATIATION

is the tendency for a neuron to respond weakly after the conductance of a strong stimulation.

NEUROCRINE

describes neurones which secrete agonists such as neurotransmitters at their synapses.

NEUROGRAM

is a graphical representation of the electrical impulses of neurons in the nervous system.

NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION

is the physical gap between a motor neuron and the muscle fibre which it stimulates. Once a stimulus arrives at a neuron synapse, neurotransmitters...

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

which arise from brain damage are treated using psychological methods to manage the cognitive, emotional and behavioural problems.

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