Glossary B

Basolateral circuit refers to anatomic circuit centered around the amygdala its most likely role is in emotional processing.

Basophilic adenomas refers to a functioning type of tumor of the pituitary gland in the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland, which causes excessive secretion of adrenocorticotropic hormone, which can cause Cushing's syndrome.

Bath, in the psychology context, represents a cleansing ritual that extends beyond physical hygiene. It encompasses various practices that use water as a symbol of purification, rejuvenation, and psychological well-being. This article delves into the psychological significance of bathing, provides examples of its application, explores associated risks, offers recommendations for its integration into mental health routines, discusses historical and legal considerations, and highlights similar practices for holistic well-being.

Battered woman syndrome refers to a situation in which a woman believes that she cannot leave an abusive relationship and in which she may even go so far as to kill her abuser.

- Battered women's syndrome:

Battered women's syndrome (BWS) refers to a series of common characteristics that appear in women who are abused physically and psychologically

Battery refers to a Common law Crime consisting of the intentional touching of or inflicting of hurt on another.

BDD is the abbreviations of Body dysmorphic disorder that refers to a somatoform disorder featuring a disruptive preoccupation with some imagined defect in appearance - "imaged ugliness". Moreover, BDD refers to a disorder characterized by the affected individual’s preoccupation about some imagined defect in his or her body, causing extreme self -consciousness, embarrassment, avoidance of activities, and body camouflaging.