VULNERABILITY FACTOR

a variant which, if encountered or elicited, impacts the likelihood that a person will cultivate a condition, disorder, or illness,

VARIABILITY

noun. 1. the quality of being subject to modification or differentiation of actions or feelings. 2. With regard to statistics and experimental model, the...

VISUAL FATIGUE

the dissipating of visual pictures, especially in vibrant light. Visual fatigue is frequently experienced by people with optic neuritis; it can additionally happen following...

VASCULAR DEMENTIA

serious loss of mental operating as an outcome of cerebrovascular illness. It is frequently because of recurrent strokes.

VIBRATION EXPERIENCE

a feeling generated by contact with a swiftly vibrating or pulsating item which arouses skin receptors. The vibration sense can be gauged with a...

VERBAL IQ

a broad gauge of verbal capacity as attained on standardized intelligence examinations and impacted by native verbal abilities, test jobing abilities, education, experience, and...

VISUAL IMAGERY

cognitive imagery which consists of the sense of having "images" in the mind. These pictures might be memories of formative visual experiences or syntheses...

VENIRE

noun. a group of prospective jurors pulled from the community. Commonly, they're chosen at random from large lists, like licensed driver or registered voter...

VISUAL THRESHOLD 1

the minimum degree of arousal which can be identified visually. 2. any of the limitations for identifying a multitude of aspects of visual arousal,...

VISCERA

the organs inside any major body space, specifically those organs housed in the abdomen.

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