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- Type II (Type B) alcoholism : Type II (Type B) alcoholism refers to severe Alcohol abuse with a strong genetic basis and rapid onset early in life; much

Type II alcoholism refers to the type of Alcoholism that is indicated by severe Alcohol abuse with a strong genetic basis and rapid onset early in life and much more common in men

Type II error - the conclusion, based on a hypothesis test, that a result is not Statistically significant when, in fact, a real effect or relationship does exist in the population; f

Type II interferon refers to a a cytokine that induces sleep.

Type IIa fibers refer to fibers that contain biochemical and Fatigue characteristics that are between Type IIb and Type I

Type IIb fibers refer to fibers that have a relatively small number of mitochondria, a limited capacity for aerobic metabolism, and are less resistant to Fatigue than slow fibers.

Typical-answer approach refers to a method of scoring interview answers that compares an applicant"s answer with benchmark

answers.

Deutsch: Typikalität / Español: Tipicidad / Português: Tipicidade / Français: Typicité / Italiano: Tipicità

Typicality in the psychology context refers to the degree to which an object, concept, or behavior is perceived as representative of a particular category or class. It is a fundamental concept in cognitive psychology, particularly in the study of categorization, where it influences how easily and quickly individuals can categorize objects and concepts based on their resemblance to the prototypical or most typical members of a category.