WELCH-ASPIN T TEST

a variant on the T test which is utilized whenever the presumption of homogeneity of variance is violated.

WILL TO POWER 1

with regard to the individual psychology of Alfred Adler, the commitment to aim for superiority and dominance, which he argued was especially magnitudinous in...

WILKS'S LAMBDA

a statistic based upon the difference in mean vectors across K samples utilized to test hypotheses about group mean vector differences in multivariate testing...

WIDEBAND PROCEDURES

testing and gauging methods which are fairly more subjective in nature. Wideband processes commonly produce a broader span of data than fairly more objective...

WIN-STAY, LOSE-SHIFT STRATEGY

with regard to discrimination learning, a cognitive or behavioral method wherein a living being persists to render the same reaction as long as it...

W-STATE

noun. the waking state or wakefulness, in contrast to the D-state or dream state and the S-state or sleeping state.

WAVELENGTH THRESHOLDS

the minimal and maximal light or noise wavelengths which can be interpreted. In the human visual system, differ slightly with severity but are usually...

WHITTEN EFFECT

the impact of chemical correspondence in eliciting ovulation. With regard to some rodent species, females ovulate whenever exposed to scents or odors from adult...

WERNICKE'S THEORY

a theory which incorporates the assistance of Wernicke

WORD-SUPERIORITY EFFECT (WSE)

the discovery which, when presented for a short period of time, one letter is more easily recognized within the context of a term than...

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