VOCALIZATION

noun. the generation of noises resulting from vibrations of the vocal cords, as in talking, singing, babbling, shouting, and so on.

VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIAL (VEP)

an electric potential documented from the scalp lying overtop the visual cortex in reaction to visual arousal.

VISUAL ATTENTION

the procedure by which one object, the objective, is chosen for study from among many competitor objects, the distractors.

VELOCITY OF CONDUCTION

the speed with which nerve impulses progress along the axon of a neuron. Gauges by various methods dictate that axons range greatly in conduction...

VASOCONSTRICTION

noun. thinning of blood vessels, that is managed by vasomotor nerves of the SNS or via agents like the vasopressin or sympathomimetic drugs.

VARIABLE

noun. An amount in an experiment or test which ranges, that being, takes on many different values which can be quantified.

VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

the individual skills and characteristics needed for excellent performance of the jobs comprised in a specific profession.

VENTRICLE

noun. 1. an anatomical empty space inside the body, like any of the heart's ventricles. 2. any of the four interlinked empty spaces in...

VANDENBERGH EFFECT

the impacts of chemical correspondence regarding influencing age of pubescence in rodent populaces. Adult males generate a scent which can escalate pubescence in young...

VASCULAR DEPRESSION

a major depressive episode which takes place soon following the start or remediation of cardiovascular illness or which is presumed to be elicited by...

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