OBSERVATIONAL METHOD

the scientific method wherein viewers are trained to view and document actions, occurrences, or procedures as perfectly and fully as possible without inflicting one's...

OCCASION SETTER

with regard to Pavlovian conditioning, a stimulant which is differentially coupled with a stimulant-stimulant contingency.

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE

any illness stemming from aspects involved with the patient

OCTAVE EFFECT

with regard to conditioning, the phenomenon wherein an experimental animal, after encountering reinforcement at one noise frequency, will respond to a new frequency an...

OCULOMOTOR PALSY

paralyzing of any of the extrinsic ocular muscles. This might be a consequence of injury to the muscle itself, the motor end plate, or...

OFF-CENTERON-SURROUND

referencing a concentric receptive region wherein arousal of the core hinders the neuron of interest, whereas arousal of the encompass excites it. .

OLFACTOMETER

noun. a tool utilized to manage the order of odorants. It might have tubes which are positioned into the nostrils, or the odorant might...

OLFACTORY STIMULATION

the arousal of the cilia within the olfactory receptors inside the nasal cavity by inhaled odorants, that are absorbed into nasal mucus.

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...

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