WERNICKE’S SYNDROME

A brain disorder caused by a deficiency of vitamins, particularly thiamine and niacin; first described in 1881 by the German neurologist Carl Wernicke (1848-1905).The...

WILL TO SURVIVE

the determination to live regardless of an adverse scenario or extreme situations. Commonly referred to as will to live.

WESTERN BLOT

a technique of identifying a specific protein molecule within a mixture.

WHOLE METHOD OF LEARNING

a learning method wherein the complete block of material is memorized, in contract to learning the material in portions.

WORKING THROUGH

1. with regard to psychotherapy, the procedure in which patients identify, explore, and cope with psychological problems, on both an intellectual and emotional level,...

WILDERNESS EXPERIENCE

a group program wherein demanding outdoor adventures are taken for prolonged periods to cultivate bettered self-effectiveness, willingness, and social abilities in the involved parties....

WELL-DEFINED PROBLEM

a problem with obvious initial circumstances and objectives and principle techniques for progressing from the previous to the latter.

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...

WERNICKE'S THEORY

a theory which incorporates the assistance of Wernicke

WUNDT, WILHELM MAX

A German psychologist and physiologist. Wundt earned his medical degree and his second doctorate studying under Johannes Muller. He then worked as Hermann Von...

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