See explicit memory.
An intermediate in androgen and oestrogen biosynthesis.
A group of mental disorders characterised by progressive loss of cognitive and other intellectual functions associated with pathological ageing.
A period in the 1930s in Western economies that was characterised by very high levels of unemployment and poverty.
A region of the body that is associated with a particular spinal nerve.
diabetes mellitus (types I and II)
Clinical condition in which either insulin is absent (type I, insulindependent) or in which insulin responsiveness is lost (type II, non-insulin-dependent). Characterized by the copious production of sweet urine.
Listening to two different inputs simultaneously. This is a paradigm used very often to study attention where subjects listen to a series of two different things at the same time. Subjects are subsequently asked to repeat words previously presented.