OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

a study based upon direct viewing of partakers wherein the experimenter passively views the actions of the partakers without any effort toward intervention or...

OCCASIONAL CAUSE

with regard to the doctrine of occasionalism, an alteration in an organic or cognitive state which seems to cause a related modification in some...

OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS

a specialty region of ergonomics which tries to make work programs and procedures within specific professions more reactive to the physical, cognitive, and psychocultural...

OCULAR 1

corresponding to the eye. 2. noun. A microscope's eyepiece.

OCULOVESTIBULAR RESPONSE

eye motions which arise whenever the head is moved. They're utilized to challenge the integrity of the reticular activating system after brain damage has...

OFFICER TRAINING

military paths utilized to train officers for leadership skills.

OLFACTOMETRY

noun. the gauging of odor sensations. Commonly referred to as odorimetry.

OLFACTORY SULCUS

a groove on the exterior of each cerebral hemisphere, on the inferior region of the frontal lobe.

OMBUDSMAN

noun. an individual or program accountable for examining customer grievances and complaints, and functioning as a customer advocate in solving troubles. The idea and...

ONE-JUROR VERDICT THEORY

an technique, at times utilized during the jury selection procedure which consists of determining among prospective jurors a possible leader sympathetic to one's situation...

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