ORGANISMIC PERSONALITY THEORY

an approach to personality theory wherein private operations are comprehended with regard to the behavior of the whole, aware, integrated living being, instead of...

OPIOID AGONIST

any drug with improving impacts at opioid receptors in the CNS. Commonly referred to as narcotic agonist.

ORDINATE

noun. the vertical O in a data plot or graph- that being, the y-axis.

OTHER CONDITIONS THAT MAY BE A FOCUS OF CLINICAL ATTENTION

in the DSM-IV-TR, a class which comprises many illnesses or problems which require psychiatric intervention or remediation although they don't meet the standards of...

OPIOID INTOXICATION

a reversible syndrome due to the recent taking of an opioid. It comprises clinically substantial behavioral or psychological alterations, as well as one or...

OLIVOCOCHLEAR BUNDLE

a tract of efferent or centrifugal fibers spanning from the superior olivary complex by way of the descending neural pathways on to the cochlear...

ORGAN INFERIORITY

the insight of being deficient or somehow lesser than other people as a outcome of aversive emotions about a physical attribute. Any form of...

OBSTRUCTION METHOD

a method for figuring out the relative strength of drives. An experimental animal is introduced with at least one objective of several drives, for...

ONTOANALYSIS

noun. a type of existential analysis which inquires upon the all-encompassing or universal nature of being.

OVULATORY CYCLE

the cyclical alterations in the ovary correlated with the growth of a graafian follicle.

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