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Two-factor theory of emotion

According to Schachter, a person’s emotional experience requires generalized physical arousal followed by a cognitive label for the arousal.

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Systemic

Spread throughout the body. Affecting, generally, all body systems.

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Systemized delusion

A set of highly organized mistaken beliefs that have become the dominant focus of a paranoid patient’s life.

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System

In sociology, according to Bever, an orderly arrangement of components that are interrelated and act and interact to perform some…

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Syringomyelia

The existence of abnormal cavities filled with fluid in the substance of the spinal cord.

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Synthetic narcotics

A subgroup of narcotic drugs manufactured in the laboratory as opposed to derivation from plants or animals.

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Synthetic medium

A chemically defined medium in which the exact chemistry of each component is known.

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