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T DATA

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information gained through tests about personality.

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T DISTRIBUTION

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Probability distribution to test a hypothesis regarding population. T distribution is a statistical distribution which has particular scores in the score table through which we can estimate the value for the research results.

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T MAZE

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This maze is in the form of letter T. It has two arms, one way is blocked and the other leads towards the goal. T maze is designed to know a person's ability to find the right path by trial and error method.

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T SCORE

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These are scores scaled to have a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10. The average of these scores is 50 and these tests are dealt with hypothesis.

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T TEST

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This test is applied to prove that the null hypothesis is true. T test is important when we have start doing a research in any area or subject. We are able to know that the null hypothesis is justified.

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T-GROUP

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framing group: a form of experiential group, generally comprised of up to a dozen or so individuals, regarding fostering the development of "fundamental abilities," like effective leadership and correspondence, and modification of outlooks. T- group training was cultivated by the National Training Laboratory in Group Development within the late 1940's and stemmed from Kurt Lewin's work within the region of small-group dynamics. Even though , at times, utilized synonymously with encounter group, the stress is less on personal development and more on sensitivity training and logical interpersonal abilities. One of the objectives of T-groups is to encourage greater comprehension of group dynamics and of the individual members

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T-UNIT

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noun. With regard to language, short for minimal terminable unit. T-units are the shortest grammatically whole units into which a sequence of penned or spoken language can be divided.

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TABANKA (TABANCA)

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It is a syndrome that is culture based and is followed by suicide attempt due to high depression.

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TABLE OF RANDOM NUMBERS

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a table of numbers that have been randomly generated.

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TABLE-TILTING

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it is a way to communicate with the spirits. Table tilting is performed for having a specific goal in mind that is to be achieved with the help of spirits by calling them by using this technique.

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