VISUAL INDUCTION

the impact that one visual stimulant or portion of the visual field can place on the comprehension of an adjacent stimulant or the remainder...

VISUAL SPACE

the 3-D perception of the visual area.

VISUOMOTOR BEHAVIOR REHEARSAL

a rigorum of joining progressive relaxation and imagery for performance improvement.

VITREOUS HEMORRHAGE

a complication of diabetes mellitus characterized by bleeding inside the eyeball as a result of the rupture of retinal capillaries.

VOCATIONAL ADJUSTMENT

the extent to which a person excels in selecting the type of profession or job best suited to their abilities, skills, and interests. The...

VOICE-ACTIVATED SWITCH

an interface between a tool and the utilizer which is turned on by the utilizer's voice and is frequently useful for people with handicaps....

VOLUNTARISM

noun. 1. with regard to psychology, the observation positing that human actions are, at least partly, the outcome of the employment of volition.2. the...

VON DOMARUS PRINCIPLE

an explanation of schizophrenic thinking based upon the idea that the person interprets two things as exactly alike only because they have exactly alike...

VYGOTSKY, LEV SEMENOVICH

Russian psychologist. Vygotsky attained his doctorate from the Psychological Institute in Moscow, where he remained a part of the research faculty for the duration...

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