OPTIC TRACT

the collection of optic nerve fibers following the partial decussation of the optic nerves at the optic chiasm.

OPTIMAL LEVEL THEORY

any theory which stresses living beings' strife to reach optimal levels of some attribute, like arousal or stimulation, tension, foraging, or motion.

ORAL PERSONALITY

with regard to psychoanalytic theory, a trend of character traits stemming from obsessive focus during the oral stage of psychosexual development. Commonly referred to...

ORDER EFFECT

with regard to repeated measures constructs, the impact of the order wherein remediations are delivered, meaning, the impact of being the 1st delivered remediation...

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...

ORGANIC REPRESSION

a retroactive type of amnesia wherein the patient might not be able to remember occurrences before the injury even though examiners are not able...

ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACH

with regard to the study of feelings, a conceptual construct, based upon the general systems theory, stressing the part of feelings as regulators and...

ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE

worker comprehensions of how fair an establishment is. It contains comprehensions of the fairness of results which workers receive and the fairness of the...

ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY TRAINING (O&M TRAINING)

guided direction in the mental and motor skills required for individuals with visual handicap to get themselves used to space and to move about...

ORTHOGONAL

1. alone, separate or unrelated. 2. at 90 degree angles.

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