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  • anatomy

    The study of the structural makeup of an object. Linguistically, anatomy does not have the implication of animateness that physiology has. Please compare HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY.

    Language; Linguistics
  • psycholinguistics

    Language psychology or psychology of language;emerged in the 1960s in opposition to behaviorism, especially on operant conditioning and processing of meaning.

    Language; Terminology
  • medical record

    An authentic official copy of a person's written health details. The term applies also to healthy individuals and encompasses vaccinations along with health checks. Please compare ANAMNESIS, CASE HISTORY.

    Psychology; General psychology
  • medical record

    An authentic official copy of a person's written health details. The term applies also to healthy individuals and encompasses vaccinations along with health checks. Please compare ANAMNESIS, CASE HISTORY.

    Psychology; General psychology
  • case history

    Part of speech: noun. A record of an individual occurrence, as of an illness or disorder. In medical sciences, the phrase would confer focus on a medical issue: . In psychology, the focus would be on the person: In neither context, an occurrence of a symptom denotes a case. Please compare ...

    Psychology; General psychology
  • case history

    Part of speech: noun. A record of an individual occurrence of an illness or disorder. In medical sciences, the phrase would confer focus on a medical issue: . In psychology, the focus would be on the person: In neither context, an occurrence of a symptom denotes a case. Please compare ...

    Psychology; General psychology
  • anamnesis

    A reminiscence, memory, remembrance. Etymology: Greek anamimneskein, to bring up from memory. 2. A. Preparatory case history information, the term "case history" to suggest continuation. 2. B. Entire case history as recalled by the patient, the use to connote a close on the case. 3. ...

    Psychology; General psychology
  • anamnesis

    1. A reminiscence, memory, remembrance. Etymology: Greek anamimneskein, to remember. 2a. Preparatory case history information. 2b. Entire case history as recalled by the patient. 3. Philosophy: memory of past incarnations, a term to imply a memory loss. 4. Religion: remembrance of a sacrifice, ...

    Psychology; General psychology
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