abnormal occlusion ab·nor·mal occlusion (āb-nôr’məl)
an alignment of the teeth not considered to be within the normal range of variation.
- Abnormal psychology
the branch of psychology that deals with modes of behavior, mental phenomena, etc., that deviate markedly from the standards believed to characterize a well-adjusted personality. historical examples his investigations of abnormal psychology are world-acknowledged. the blind spot austin hall unusual short novel about victorian morality and abnormal psychology by the great english author. life histories […]
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an condition, state, or quality; irregularity; deviation. an thing or event. contemporary examples they are searching for abnormalities in the soil, replanted vegetation and other signs of a rogue grave. the hunt for madeleine mccann’s grave barbie latza nadeau may 11, 2014 also, the types of abnormalities reported are not those -ssociated with radiation exposures. […]
an condition, state, or quality; irregularity; deviation. an thing or event. contemporary examples i have an abnormality in the circuits for language output, and sure enough, as a child i had trouble getting language out. temple grandin: my big idea temple grandin, richard panek may 2, 2013 a post mortem examination revealed that there were […]
not normal, average, typical, or usual; deviating from a standard: abnormal powers of concentration; an abnormal amount of snow; abnormal behavior. extremely or excessively large: abnormal profit. contemporary examples the early-voter turnout, which figures to be heavily democratic, is abnormally high. the hot shot democrat you’ve never heard of sean wilentz november 1, 2008 in […]