Sechenov Se·che·nov (sěch’ə-nôf’, syě’chə-nəf), Ivan Mikhaylovich. 1829-1905.
Russian psychologist. A teacher of Pavlov, he developed the theory that all conscious and unconscious acts are reflexes.
a hill or watch-tower, a place between Gibeah and Ramah noted for its “great well” (1 Sam. 19:22); probably the modern Suweikeh, south of Beeroth.
noun 1. a small, yellowish-brown variety of pear.
- Seckel syndrome
Seckel syndrome Seck·el syndrome (sěk’əl) n. An inherited disorder characterized by low birth weight, dwarfism, microcephaly, large eyes, beaked nose, receding chin, and mental retardation. Also called Seckel dwarfism.
verb (used with object), secluded, secluding. 1. to place in or withdraw into solitude; remove from social contact and activity, etc. 2. to isolate; shut off; keep apart: They secluded the garden from the rest of the property. verb (transitive) 1. to remove from contact with others 2. to shut off or screen from view