Glossary E

Ectomorphy refers to the category of Somatotype that is rated for linearity of body form.

Ectopias is defined as small areas of abnormally placed brain neurons. Ectopias is also referred to as "brain warts."

Ectopic pregnancy is defined as the implantation of the fertilized egg outside the uterus, such as in the Fallopian tubes or abdomen.

Edema may be defined as: (1) the swelling of the brain (2) accumulation of fluid.

Edition in the Psychology Context: Understanding, Examples, and Recommendations

Understanding Edition in Psychology:

In the field of psychology, the term "edition" is not commonly used in the same way it might be in literature or media. However, it can be relevant in the context of psychological assessments, tests, or manuals. Edition, in this context, refers to a specific version or release of a psychological assessment tool, test, or diagnostic manual. These editions are periodically updated to incorporate new research findings, improve reliability and validity, or adapt to changes in diagnostic criteria.

- Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) : Edmund Husserl called for a pure phenomenology that sought to discover the essence of subjective experience. Please see also Pure Phenomenology.
- Eduard Hitzig (1838-1907) : Eduard Hitzig discovered motor areas on the cortex by directly stimulating the exposed cortex of a dog

To Educate somebody (e.g. pupils) is equivalent to change the behavior of pupils; or with other words: to teach pupils to do things they could not previously do.