OBSCENITY

noun. oral displays, drawings, gestures, and penned material which vastly go against the standards of good taste and decency in a given culture.

OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER IN DSM-IV-TR,

a personality disorder marked by a severe desire for perfection, severe orderliness, an incapacity to compromise, and an extensive sense of accountability.

OCCUPATIONAL ADJUSTMENT

the level at which a person

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (OT)

a therapeutic, rehabilitative procedure which uses deliberate jobs and activities to better wellness- inhibit injury or impairments- improve quality of life- and develop, maintain,...

OCULOGYRAL ILLUSION

the obvious movement of a still slight light in a dark area because of vestibular nystagmus of the eyes whenever the body is moved.

OEDIPAL PHASE

with regard to psychoanalytic theory, the later part of the phallic stage of psychocarnal growth, generally between ages 3 and 5, during this, the...

OLANZAPINE

noun. an uncommon antipsychotic utilized for the remediation of acute mania, schizophrenia, and other psychotic illnesses or dysfunctions in adults. It is closely associated...

OLFACTORY EPITHELIUM

a region of olfactory receptors or nerve endings within the lining of the nose. The epithelium is parted from the olfactory bulb by the...

OLIGOHYDRAMNIOS

noun. An insufficiency of amniotic fluid, that can result in mechanical interference with fetal motion leading to potential congenital impairments, like clubfoot, torticollis, muscular...

ONCOLOGY

the examination and remediation of non-cancerous and cancerous tumors. This department of medicine and of behavioral or populace sciences entails the management of cancer...

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