OLSAT

acronym form of: the Otis-Lennon school ability test.

ONEIROPHRENIA

initially explained by American psychiatrist Ladislas von Meduna, a dream-like, hallucinatory condition appearing like to schizophrenia in specific symptoms, like distruptions of feelings and...

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

training rendered in the place of work during typical working hours for the purpose of growing or bettering the insight, abilities, and traits of...

OPEN ECONOMY

an experimental model utilized in operant-conditioning experiments wherein a living being's ingestion of water or food comprises not just that which is given during...

OPEN-DOOR POLICY

the policy of keeping an open hospital or ward. Such a policy is correlated with the idea of a therapeutic community.

OPERANT PARADIGM

1. the experimental arrangement of a contingency between a consequence and operant response. 2. more commonly, the presumption that a lot of human actions...

OPHTHALMOPLEGIA

1. paralyzing of at least one of the exterior or interior ocular muscles.

OPIOID ANTAGONIST

an agent which acts as an antagonist at opioid receptors. Typically, opioid antagonists are synthetic sub=products of morphine which, as an outcome of structural...

OPPORTUNISTIC SAMPLING

the choosing of participants or other sampling factors for an experiment or questionnaire essentially because they're readily available.

OPTICAL DEFECT

any state of the eye which hinders rays of light from centering one's vision appropriately upon the retina.

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