INTERDEPENDENCE THEORY

theory applied to the approach to analysing social interactions and relationships that focuses on how each person's outcomes depend on the actions of others....

INTERIM BEHAVIOR

term describing behavior that occurs generally half way in time between successive stimuli. Compare adjunctive behaviour; collateral behaviour; mediating behaviour.

INTERMODAL INTEGRATION

the term used that describes a person's coordination or integration of information from two or more senses, such as touch and vision.

INTERNALIZED SPEECH

the phrase that describes the silent speech you argue with yourself over a course of action, rehearses what one is going to do, or...

INTEROCEPTIVE SYSTEM

the name of the total of all of the sensory receptors and nerves gathering information from inside the body.

INTERPERSONAL PSYCHOTHERAPY (IPTL

Form of psychotherapy based on interpersonal theory that posits relations with other people constitutes the primary force that motivates human behaviour. Main feature is...

INTERROGATIVE

Linguistics. Sentence used to pose a question rather than make a statement, issue a command or the mood of a verb used in constructions....

INTERVAL ESTIMATE

Likely values and the range that is estimated and a parameter for a given population. Compare point estimate

INTERVIEWER TRAINING

Training individuals and the instructional methods employed to make them effective interviewers. Group discussions may be included, role play, real simulated interviews and video...

INTRAFAMILY DYNAMICS

The relationships and the changes in them among members of the family within a period of time, influences together and operating in their interactions...

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