VOIR DIRE

the procedure involved in questioning prospective jurors to ascertain if they maintain biases which might reasonably impede upon their capacity to operate objectively within...

VOCAL COMMUNICATION

correspondence via auditory signals generally created by a vibrating organ, like the larynx within the throats of mammals or the two syringes residing inside...

VISUAL LEARNING

Conditioning or learning which relies on visual signs or objects. It is believed that the brain center for visual learning is contained in the...

VOLUNTEERISM

noun. the custom of lending one's time and effort to acts which add to a positive goal.

VISUAL CORTEX

the cerebral cortex of the occipital lobe, particularly the striate cortex. With regard to human beings, this takes up a minimal area on the...

VISUAL FIELD

the extension of visual space over that vision is possible with the eyes kept in a fixed place. The outer limit of vision for...

VOLITION

noun. 1. the faculty by which a person decides on and dedicates their self to a specific path of action, specifically whenever this takes...

VISION

noun. 1. the sense of sight, wherein the eye is the receiver and the stimulant is expressive with much energy inside the visible spectrum....

VOLUNTARY

depicting activity, motion, actions, or other procedures generated by choice or aim and under cortical management, converse to automatic motions or actions which aren't...

VERBAL COMPREHENSION INDEX

on the Wechsler adult intelligence scale and other Wechsler tests, a subset of verbal examinations considered to gauge verbal knowledge and understanding more concisely...

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