NEUROTIC CONFLICT

in the context of psychoanalytic theory, neurotic conflict is intraphychic conflict which leads to persistent maladjustment and emotional disturbance. Neurotic conflict was also looked...

NEUTRAL MONISM

first described by Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970) the British philosopher highlighted the stance that some believe there is only one substance to reality...

NICOTINIC RECEPTOR

is one of the many acetylcholine receptors found at neuromuscular junctions in the body which respond to nicotine.

NISUS

described by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646 - 1716) which highlighted the tendency in all monads to strive towards perfect realization of their innate and...

NOCTURNAL

describes activity which occurring's normally during the dark period of a daily cycle.

NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSS

is the loss of either partial or full hearing which is due to continuous noise exposure.

NOMOTHETIC SCORE

is a scale which is known to all those who participate, such as a test of general intelligence where the scores are compared within...

NONCOMMUNICATING HYDROCEPHALUS

hydrocephalus correlated with blockage of the ventricular system, that impedes normal flow and reabsorption of cerebrospinal fluid. It is commonly a result of a...

NONEQUIVALENT-GROUPS DESIGN

a nonrandomized research model wherein the reactions of a remediation group and a control group are contrasted on gauges gathered at the starting and...

NONORTHOGONAL DESIGN

a factorial model wherein the amount of items or observations in each cell varies or wherein the cell sizes don't have a specific constant...

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