PRONOUN

In language, a word that serves as a substitute for a noun or noun phrase. This allows for less repetition. In English,...

SENSITIVE SOUL

According to Aristotle a non-human trait with the capacity to react and to receive sense impressions but nom capacity for rational thought. Compare it...

PSYCHOSEXUAL DISORDERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

The group of sexual disorders put into their own categories (and comprising disorders not covered by recognized diagnostic categories) in DSM-III and DSM-IV-TR.

PHOBIA

suffix form: non-sensical fear or dislike.

POLYNEURITIS

noun. swelling of a lot of nerves simultaneously, generally consisting of peripheral nerves as an outcome of infection. Indicators are inclusive of severe pain,...

PASSIVITY PHENOMENA

phenomena wherein people feel that some factor of themselves is under the management of other people. These factors can comprise acts, urges, motions, feelings,...

PLANNED COMPARISON

a comparison among at least two means in analysis of variance or regression analysis which has been ascertained before the viewing of tlic information....

PILOERECTION

noun. a transient roughness of the skin's surface due to contracting of the piloerector muscles, that elevate the hairs, and facilitated by cold, fear,...

PREVENTIVE CARE

Proactive strategies for care designed to prevent a disease's impact on a group of subjects. Examples being routine exams, immunizations and even educational...

PSI BETA

An honor society for students studying psychology in community and junior colleges.

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