WALK-IN CLINIC

a clinic where diagnostic or therapeutic service is accessible and appointments aren't necessary for such.

WASHBURN, MARGARET FLOY

American psychologist. Washburn attained her doctorate at Cornell University, studying under the guidance of Edward B. Titchener. Following many years of instructing at many...

WEANING

noun. the procedure of adjusting a young kid or animal to attaining all nutrients from reserves aside from milk. It generally references the terminology...

WEDNESDAY EVENING SOCIETY

an unofficial group of Sigmund Freud

WELLNESS CONCEPT

the idea that health care programs ought to be actively engaged in the support of wellness, seen as a dynamic state of physical, cognitive,...

WET NURSE

a lactating female who nurses an infant who is not biologically hers.

WHITE-COLLAR WORKER

a worker whose work consists of extremely minimal or no physical labor, specifically one in a salaried position. These people have customarily worked in...

WILCOXON TEST

a non-parametric test of the difference in distribution for paired teams of research parties or for repetitively viewed parties.

WINDMILL ILLUSION

an illusion of movement of rotating items.

WOLF CHILDREN

two girls who were rumored to be reared by wolves in India and who took on all the significant lupine life trends, howling in...

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