ZEN THERAPY

psychotherapy which is informed by and integrates the philosophy and practices of Zen Buddhism and which, alike to existentialism, is regarding the unique connotation...

ZOOMORPHISM

noun. 1. the crediting of animal qualities to humans, inanimate items, or deities. 2. the utilization of animal psychology or physiology to describe human...

ZUCLOPENTHIXOL

noun. a conventional antipsychotic of the thioxanthene class. Side effects are inclusive of sedation, dystonia, and neuromuscular rigidity, and it's associated with a lasting...

ZEN BUDDHISM

a Japanese school of Buddhism, extending back to the sixth century ce, wherein enlightenment was sought via direct, intuitive experience instead of via an...

ZYDIS

noun. a brand name for olanzapine.

ZOMBIE ARGUMENT

a philosophical debate which centers on the trouble of differentiating conscious entities from non-conscious entities which are capable of carrying out all the...

ZWAARDEMAKER SMELL SYSTEM

a system for categorizing scent qualities based upon a scheme initially cultivated by Carolus Linnaeus, a Swedish botanist. In accordance with this system, there...

ZOOPHARMACOGNOSY

noun. the capacity of non-human animals to choose plants and their portions for medicinal reasons to lower fevers or rid parasites. With regard to...

ZAR (ZAAR)

noun. a culturally-rooted syndrome, typical in Middle Eastern and North African societies, which is credited to spirit possession. Happening most often in females, zar...

ZONE OF COMPARISON TEST

a technique of placing questions in a control question test to encourage objective study of physiological reactions on polygraph charts and to lessen an...

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