WORKSPACE

noun. the physical space wherein a worker carries out their primary work jobs, joined with any fixed equipment. Some common workspaces are inclusive of...

WEEKEND HOSPITALIZATION

a type of partial hospitalization wherein psychiatric patients are active participants in the community from Monday through Friday, but spend Saturday and Sunday at...

WORK-UP

with regard to healthcare, an entire patient assessment, that might be inclusive of diagnostic processes, radiologic series, lab evaluations, and medical history.

WERNER'S SYNDROME

developed by a German doctor by the name of Carl Otto Werner.

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...

WORD-RECOGNITION THRESHOLD

with regard to analyses involving word recognition, the smallest quantity of time which a term must be shown for an individual to recognize and...

WATSON-GLASER CRITICAL THINKING APPRAISAL

a gauge of critical thinking wherein involved parties are requested to read and assess many statements.

WATERFALL ILLUSION

the most widely recognized instance of a movement aftereffect, generated by observing a waterfall for a time and then switching one's stare to still...

WITZELSUCHT

noun. a form of joking mania, marked by a morbid drive to tell bad jokes and stories lacking meaning, which can be indicative of...

WOMAN-CENTERED PSYCHOLOGY

an approach to psychology which stresses the psychological, physical, and social encounters which are especially pertinent to females.

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