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Reading Text Chpt #1

Vocabulary study guide

TermDefinition
accredited attested and approved as meeting prescribed standards
tact ability to aviod giving what is right or appropiate
anatomy the science dealing with the structure of animals or plants
ethics a system of moral principles
psychology science of the mind or mental states and processes
symptom a sign or indication of something
confidentiality a promise to keep certain info a secrete
dissection act or process of dividing - taking apart
micro- organism organisms so small that they can only be seen through a microscope
hygiene the practice of keeping clean
anesthesia loss of feeling or sensation
empathy action of understanding and experiencing the feelings, nthoughts and experiences of another
superstitious trusting in magic or chance(s)
holistic belief that parts are connected intimately
physiology a branch of biology dealing with the functions and activities of living organisms andtheir parts
discretion tact; the good judgement and sensativity needed to avoid embarrassing or upsetting others
vaccination shots helped end epidemic
geriatics pertaining to old age
asepsis sterilee conditions - free from all germs
psychiatry the practice or science of diagnosing and treating mental disorder
Created by: kwilson0702