|psychology of observed behavioral problems||clinical psychology|
|(Mathematics) branch of mathematics that deals with individual sets and problems of combination (divided into sub-branches: combinatorial analysis, combinatorial geometry, etc.)||combinatorics|
|(Medicine) any of several problems related to the brain and its blood vessels (such as stroke, hemorrhage, etc.), CVA, cause of stroke||cerebrovascular accident|
|(Medicine) sickle cell anemia, hereditary disease characterized by anemia resulting from defective hemoglobin production (causes deformed red blood cells, oxygen deficiency, and circulatory problems), sickle cell trait||sicklemia|
|(Psychology) adoption of feminine behavior and dress (by a man)||eonism|
|(Psychology) complete examination of the mind (Rare)||psychognosis|
|(Psychology) one who suffers from schizophrenia (severe psychotic disorder), (Psychology) suffering from schizophrenia (severe psychotic disorder)||schizophrenic|
|(Psychology) performed through the use of a psychograph (graph showing the relative strength of personality traits)||psychographic|
|(Psychology) pertaining to conation (conscious or unconscious mental striving towards a goal); expressing effort (Grammar)||conative|
|(Psychology) pertaining to dysphoria, pertaining to a state of anxiety or restlessness||dysphoric|
|(Psychology) pertaining to synaesthesia, pertaining to stimulation of one sense which triggers a reaction in another sense (i.e. seeing a particular color upon hearing a certain melody)||synaesthetic|
|9th month of the Islamic year, ninth month of the Islamic calendar; daytime fasts observed by Muslims during this month||Ramadan|
|ability to grasp new concepts, perception (Psychology), comprehension using past experiences||apperception|
|able to be lawfully eaten, blank, cleanly, cleanly; completely, empty, entirely, eradicate unwanted dirt, free from dirt; permissible, legal; smooth; simple; innocent, free of disease or infection, free of problems, free of weeds, get free of dirt, hon...||clean|
|able to remain in the environment, continuing despite problems, incessant or unrelenting, persisting beyond maturation, sustaining continual growth, tenacious, stubborn; persevering; constant, continual; diligent||persistent|
|abnormal desire to live in open spaces or in an isolated area (Psychology)||agromania|
|abnormal gulping of air (sometimes caused by hysteria or gastric problems)||aerophagia|
|according with beliefs, emotionally responsive to surroundings, state of being adjusted to a certain wavelength (Physics); emotionally responsive to the environment (Psychology)||syntonic|
|act of intercepting, difference between calculated and observed altitude, distance between the origin and axis crossing, get the ball, interrupt progress, mark extent, take, seize; cause to stop; delay, hinder, obstruct; interrupt; intersect (Mathemati...||intercept|
|act of strengthening, fortification; reward or punishment designed to encourage or discourage a particular response (Psychology); act of reinforcing, added support, additional troops or weapons, something added to increase strength||reinforcement|
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