NEONATIVISM

is the philosophical standpoint that most knowledge, for example some aspects of language are innate and do not require any real-life experience to understand...

NONDIRECTIVE PLAY THERAPY

a type of play therapy based on the standard which a youth has the capacity to revise their own outlooks and behaviors. The therapist...

NEUROCHEMISTRY

is one of the many strands of neuroscience which focusses on the study of atoms, molecules and ions and their respective roles in the...

NUCLEAR SURETY PERSONNEL RELIABILITY PROGRAM

a special evaluation program to attain safety aligned with operational preparedness and to lessen the impacts of accidents, incidents, and deficiencies in handling nuclear...

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.

NUCLEUS

noun. 1. a big membrane-bound space, observed in the cells of nonacterial living beings, which consists of the bulk of the cell

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