SKEPTICISM N 1

1. An attitude of disbelief and doubt. 2. Philosophy. The position that some knowledge will never be found. British philosopher David Hume (1711- 17761...

SPASMODIC DYSPHONIA

a rare disorder of a person's voice with periods of vocal spasms, tight throat, and recurrent hoarseness. There is no specified and a single...

SUI JURIS

Possession on legal rights-ability to make your own decisions independently and stand responsible for those in the eyes of law. Person must reach certain...

SCOTOMIZATION

Theory in psychoanalysis which refers to the mind's ability to erase a traumatic or overwhelming experience, or the inclination to turn a blind eye...

SUSTAINED ATTENTION

the focus needed for a long period of time.

SELECTED GROUP

Sample selection based on particular criteria relevant to the aim of the research.

SUBDELIRIOUS STATE

This state which includes the symptoms of irritability, headache, emotional instability etc. just like the precursor of delirium.

SOMATOSENSORY AREA

It is an area of the cerebral cortex that can be mapped by evoked potentials to reveal corresponding points to the touch. also known...

SCHIZOIDISM

Array of behavioral patterns which incorporates reclusiveness, quietness, and a general introversion, pointing to a division between an individual and their environment; confinement of...

STEREOTYPE

a set of generalisations about a group of people or a social category. It may correct or incorrect. Mostly, these statements are exaggerated. See...

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