Glossary E

Explicit memory refers to the deliberate recall of information that one recognizes as a memory, detectable by direct testing such as asking a person to describe a past event.

- Explicit memory test : Explicit memory test refers to a memory test that requires a person to try consciously to remember specific events.

Exploration refers to active questioning and searching among alternatives in the quest to establish goals , values, or beliefs .

Exploration phase is a term in Tiedeman's career decision model , that refers to the phase when a person realizes that a career decision must be made and therefore begins to learn more about those aspects of the self and the occupational world that are relevant to the impending decision. The person begins to generate alternatives for action . Uncertainty about the future and the many alternatives is accompanied by feelings of anxiety .

Exploratory procedures (EPs) refer to people’s movements of their hands and fingers while they are identifying three-dimensional objects by touch.
Explosive disorder refers to the failure of resisting aggressive impulses resulting in destruction of property or other violent acts .

Explosive Disorder is defined as the failure to resist aggressive impulses resulting in destruction of property or other violent acts .

Explosives Detection Canines refer to dogs that can detect explosive residues by scent

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