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TEST SOPHISTICATION

familiarity with a specific test or kind of test, that may impact the score achieved on future tests.

TETARTANOPIA

noun. An uncommon type of color blindness marked by trouble in differentiating between blue and yellow. Luminosity perception is normal,

THALAMUS

noun. a mass of gray matter, forming a portion of the brains' diencephalon, whose two lobes shape the third ventricle's

THEOBROMINE

noun. a methylxanthine alkaloid which takes place organically within the seeds of the cocoa plant. Theobromine is anatomically alike to

THEORY THEORY

any design of mental growth which mixes neonativism and constructivism, postulating that mental growth moves along by children producing, testing,

THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE

the study of law as a therapeutic agent. Therapeutic jurisprudence comprises the analysis of how laws, processes, and individuals who

THERMAL SENSITIVITY

the capacity to detect temperature, that is usually interpreted relative to the body's temperature.

THIENOBENZODIAZEPINE

any member of a category of chemically related substances.

THIRD-VARIABLE PROBLEM

the fact that a viewed correspondence between two variants might be because of the typical correspondence between each of the

THOUGHT INTRUSION

disruption of the stream of consciousness by undesired cognitive contents.

THRESHOLD

noun. 1. with regard to psychophysics, the strength or greatness of a stimulant which will generate its detection half of

THYROID HORMONES

any of the hormones broken down and dispersed by the thyroid gland. The primary thyroid hormone thyroxine (T4), is metabolized

TIME AGNOSIA

an incapacity to interpret the passing of time, generally because of a disorder involving the temporal region of the brain.

TIME-COMPRESSED SPEECH

terms and phrases presented to the ear with small components removed, which has the impact of escalating the rate of

TIT-FOR-TAT STRATEGY (TFT STRATEGY)

a manner of bargaining wherein a person or group of people initially cooperates with another person or group of people,

TOLMAN, EDWARD CHACE

An American psychologist. Tolman earned his doctorate from Harvard University in 1915, studying from Hugo Munsterberg. Following three years of

TONIC

adjective. of or correlating to muscle tone, particularly a state of ongoing muscle tension or contraction, that might be typical

TOOL-USING BEHAVIOR

the capacity of animals to use items as instruments. Humans aren't the only tool-using and -making beings, as was previously

TOPOGRAPHIC MAPPING OF THE BRAIN

the organization depiction and classification of various areas of the brain with regard to their physical relations to one another.

TOTAL LIPODYSTROPHY

a type of lipodystrophy, frequently congenital but sometimes acquired, marked by lack of adipose tissue within the subcutaneous tissues, epicardium,