IN VIVO

1. The conditions and biological processes occurring in an organism. Compare in vitro. 2. the condition or process approximating a real life setting created...

INTROVERSION

Internal private orientation toward the world of ones self and the inner thoughts of ones feelings, rather than towards the outer world of things...

INFORMATION SEEKER

term that was identified in 1948 by US educational theorist Kenneth D. Benne, 1908-1992 and 20th-century US social psychologist Paul Sheats following studies of...

INVOLUNTARY ATTENTION

A prominent stimulus and the attention that is captured by it, an example in the field of the visual peripheral tile, rather than deliberately...

INTERVAL

Values or scores that are a range and in statistics. See class interval; interval confidence

ITEM VALIDITY

In a test or experiment the extent to which an individual item measures what it purports to measure.

ITERATION

A certain computational step repetition until futher repetition no longer changes the outcome or until the repetition meets some other predefined criterion.

INVASIVE

Puncture or incision of the skin and denoting procedures or tests that require an insertion of an instrument or material that is foreign into...

INVENTORY

In form of a question, it describes a behaviour and the studying or it, interests and attitudes, it is a list of items.

INTOXICATION DEFENSE

A crime that was committed by a person who was intoxicated and uses it as a defense, and is used to challenge criminal responsibility...

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