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Schnorrer a slang that refers to a person who habitually takes advantage of the generosity of others; a parasite.

School Psychologist refers to a psychologist who aids schools by testing children to determine eligibility for placement in special education programs and who consults with teachers and parents.

School psychologists refer to a type/kind of psychologists who work with educators to promote the intellectual, social, and emotional growth of school-age children. The activities of

School refusal behavior refers to a form of anxious Behavior in which the child refuses to attend classes or has difficulty remaining in school for an entire day.

Deutsch: Schulbildung / Español: Escolarización / Português: Escolarização / Français: Scolarisation / Italian: Scolarizzazione

Schooling in the psychology context refers to the formal process of education that takes place in schools and its impact on cognitive, social, and emotional development. This concept encompasses the various psychological effects and outcomes of structured educational environments on students.

SCI is the abbreviations of Spinal cord injury which refers to damage or trauma to the spinal cord that results in a loss or impaired function causing reduced mobility or feeling. Most spinal cord damage is caused by physical injuries: for example, car accidents, a fall, sports injuries, shot or stab wound or disease. (See Spinal cord injury)

Sciatica refers to a common Condition arising from compression of, or damage to, a nerve or nerve root. Sciatica is usually caused by degeneration of an intervertebral disc, which pro

SCID stands for "Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-5 Disorders" (SCID-5). It is a semi-structured diagnostic interview used to assess the presence of various mental disorders as defined by the Diagn and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition (DSM-5).