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Brown v. Mississippi refers to the Supreme Court Decision ending brutality and "third degree" interrogation tactics.

Brown-Peterson technique refers to a way of studying short term memory that involves first presenting a to-be-remembered item and then presenting material that limits rehearsal for a retention interval prior to a retention test

Bruce McEwen identified many markers of Allostatic load . Major markers include hypertension (high blood pressure), atherosclerosis (calcium deposits on arteries), fat staying in the system longer, higher waist-to-hip ratios (when fat goes to the waist not the hips), and sleep disruption.

Brummagem is a word which means "cheap and showy". It is refers to something that is counterfeit or of inferior quality which is after Brummagem, a dialectal form of Birmingham, in United Kingdom, where counterfeit coins were produced in the 17th century. Brummie is a nickname for someone from Birmingham.

Bruner Coding system refers to the  Brunerian concept referring to a hierarchical arrangement of related categories .

Bruxism refers to teeth grinding during sleep. Bruxism is due to clenching of the teeth other than in chewing and is associated with forceful lateral or protrusive jaw movements.

Bubba psychology refers to an expression for folk beliefs in psychology which is also referred to as naive or implicit theories. Bubba means grandmother.
Buckley Amendment (FERPA) also known as the Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 refers to the law that affirms the right of all individuals to have access to their educational records.

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