NORMALIZATION PRINCIPLE

the idea which people with cognitive or tangible impairments shouldn't be denied cultural and carnal unions and engagement in societal life simply because of...

NEGATIVE TRANSFERENCE

is the transference, in psychotherapy of angry and distended emotions from childhood, to the therapist from the client.

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST

such as Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery and the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery. These tests aim to examine the participants cognitive impairment which affects their memory, language,...

NEGATION

in the context of Jean Piaget's theory of cognitive development, negation is the process where an individual realises a process can always be negated,...

NOVELTY

the quality of being new and uncommon. It is one of the primary identifying aspects directing focus. The attraction to has been observed to...

NEGATIVE FEEDBACK

opposed to a positive feedback is a system which detects a change from a constant, and then stimulates various effectors which then attempt to...

NEUROTRANSMISSION

describes the process during which a signal, action potential or any other activity is transferred from one neuron to the next adjacent neuron or...

NEOTENY

in the context of evolution is the is the continuation of juvenile characteristics into the adulthood period of an ancestral species.

NATIONAL CHARACTER

is a group of characteristics or behavioural traits which are afforded to the entire or majority population of a whole nation. These characters primarily...

NEUROEFFECTOR JUNCTION

describes any connection which is made between a neuron and a muscle or gland.

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