Head-of-the-table effect refers to the tendency for group members to associate the leadership role and its responsibilities with the seat located at the head of the table; as a result, individuals who occupy such positions tend to emerge as leaders in groups without designated leaders.
Head-turn technique is defined as an experimental procedure used to test when infants perceive two (2) sounds as different. Likewise, it is the technique relies on conditioning the infant to produce a head turn when a repeatedly presented sound changes. Typically used with infants five (5) months of age and older.
Healer refers to a person that heals or attempts to heal, especially a faith healer. A Healer is a practitioner of alternative health practices who works with, rather than against, the natural recuperative self -healing properties of the body. Healers are said to heal because all healing comes from within the body. Healers heal the body by applying treatment from without the body.