SAFE COMPARTMENT

Wherein a training container or equipment possesses dual compartments, the compartment which has not been correlated to a harsh stimulus.

SALINE

Salty; of the nature of a salt; containing a salt or salts.

SAMPLE SPACE I

Set of possible outcomes of an experiment; the range of values of a random variable. In an elementary approach to probability, any subset...

SANDIMMUNE

Trade name of the immunosuppressive drug cyclosporin.

SATORI

Spiritual awakening sought in Zen Buddhism, often coming suddenly; state of sudden indescribable intuitive enlightenment.

SCALABILITY

Attribute of a factor which allows it to be fitted into a whole series of scores or values.

SCATOPHILIA

Absorbing interest in feces or filth, particularly a paraphilia in which sexual arousal or activity is linked to feces.

SCHEFFE TEST

Post hoc examination of statistics which allows comparison of the difference between means in the analysis of variance.

SCHIZOPHRENIC DISORDERS

In DSM-IV-TR, these disorders are reclassified as subtypes of schizophrenia. These include catatonic type (see: catatonic schizophrenia), disorganized type (see: disorganized schizophrenia), paranoid...

SCHOOL

Building or group of buildings housing an educational institution. Institution within or associated with a college or university that gives instruction in a...

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