SURFACE DYSLEXIA

type of dyslexia that individual acquires in time because he/she gets too dependant on the connection between the spelling and sound of the words...

SITUATED LEARNING

learning that occurs in a classroom situation with specific physical and social contexts. Knowledge can be facilitated when the people interact with the setting....

STORY MODEL

a theory of juror decision making that proposes that jurors organise trial information into narratives or stories to aid comprehension and retention of evidence....

SALIVATION

Process by which saliva is excreted from the salivary glands; usually a reflex response to food or food stimuli.

SYMPATHETIC INDUCTION

where a person's emotion evokes a similar response in another person.

SCAPULAR REFLEX

Reflexive contraction of the scapular muscle due to an irritation of the skin which covers the muscle.

STIMULUS CONTROL

It is the limit to which organism's behaviour is affected by stimulus condition. It can refer to various responses occurring in the presence of...

SUBGOAL

The middle target that is achieved to hit the ultimate target. Completion of small goal to reach the ultimate goal. In this statement small...

SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA

This area of brain is concerned with the learning of new movements that have coordinated sequences.

STEADY STATE

used in behavioural studies and is the repeated behaviour that is the same. See behaviour baseline.

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