Glossary E

Experience-expectant refers to the neural connections that develop under genetic influence, independent of experience, activity, or stimulation

Experience-expectant growth refers to the process by which the wiring of the brain is organized by experiences that are common to most humans
- Experience-expectant Processes (or Experience-expectant Synaptogenesis) : Experience-expectant Processes (or Experience-expectant Synaptogenesis) refer to processes whereby synapses are formed and maintained when an organism has species-typical experiences; as a result, functions (such as vision) will develop for all members of a species, given a species-typical environment. In contrast with Experience-dependent Processes.
Experiential intelligence refers to the ability to transfer learning effectively to new skills.
Experiential subtheory is a term used in Sternberg's triarchic theory , that refers to the subtheory concerned with how prior knowledge influences performance, specifically with the individual's ability to deal with novelty and the degree to which processing is automatized.
Experiential therapy refers to a method of therapy that is 'hands on' for both the therapist and the individual being treated: some examples of this are equine therapy and outdoor adventure programs.

Experiential Therapy is defined as a method of therapy that is "hands on" for both the therapist and the client (individual being treated). Some examples of Experiential Therapy are Equine therapy and outdoor adventure programs.
Experiential transcendence is a way of experiencing immortality through achieving a sense of continuous presence.

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