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Nasal pharynx refers to a passageway that connects the mouth cavity and the nasal cavity.

NASH system is defined as a four-fold classification system for identifying manner of death; natural, accidental, suicide, or homicide

Deutsch: Nation / Español: Nación / Português: Nação / Français: Nation / Italiano: Nazione /

Nation in the Psychology Context: Understanding, Examples, and Implications

Understanding Nation in the Psychology Context:

In psychology, the term "nation" is not commonly used in the same way it is in political science or sociology. Psychology primarily focuses on understanding and exploring individual and group behavior, cognition, emotions, and mental processes. However, the concept of "nation" can indirectly intersect with psychology when examining topics related to identity, culture, group dynamics, and social psychology.

National Electronic Clinical Trials and Research (NECTAR) is defined as electronic network that makes the results of clinical trials easy to find and utilize.

National Health Interview Survey (NHIS, 1991) along with two (2) other surveys showed that physical activity was found to be lowest among people with low incomes and lower levels of education.

National Research Act refers to a set of regulations for the protection of human participants in research which was mandated by Congress in 1974.

In psychology, nationality refers to a person's country of origin or citizenship, and how it may impact their psychological characteristics and behaviors.

Nativism is a philosophical doctrine emphasizing the role of innate factors in the acquisition of knowledge; a philosophy according to which human beings are born with innate ideas.

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