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Edwin Boring (1886-1968) - an early historian of psychology, Boring conducted key Research on sensation. Some of his major works are: History of Experimental Psychology (1929), Psychologist

- Edwin Ray Guthrie (1886-1959) : Edwin Ray Guthrie accepted the Law of contiguity but not the Law of frequency. For him, learning occurs at full strength after just one association between a pattern of stimuli and a response. Please see also Law of contiguity.

- EE (Expressed Emotion) : - EE (Expressed Emotion ) : EE otherwise known as Expressed emotion refers to an index of the degree to which family members speak in ways that reflect criticism, hostile feelings, and emotional over-involvement or over-concern with regard to the Schizophrenic individual.

EEG is the acronym of Electroencephalogram, a measure of changes electrical activity of the brain.

EEG Biofeedback therapy, also known as neurofeedback, is a type of Biofeedback therapy specifically utilizing brain-wave informati

EEOC guidelines refer to a set of procedures created by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to ensure fairness in employment practices. The EEOC guidelines discuss the minimum requirements for the validity and reliability of the psychological tests used for employee selection.
Efface means to rub out or wipe out to become thin.

Effacement is defined as the shortening of the cervical canal preceding childbirth.