INTRINSIC RELIGION

An orientation that is religious in which religiosity is an end itself, rather than a means to other ends. Compare extrinsic religion introduced by...

INTERSCORER RELIABILITY

Consistency reliability which is internal and among individuals of two or more and the scoring responses of examinees. See also interitem reliability

INTRAMAZE CUE

It is within a maze and is a cue, it can be a floor texture, wall colour or a scent

INTRAROLE CONFLICT

Incompatibility caused by conflict among behaviours and expectations associated with a single role. The inherent complexity may result in inconsistencies of the role itself,...

INTERNATIONAL PHONETIC ALPHABET (IPA)

System of written symbols devised by the International Phonetic Association to enable the phonetic transcription of any spoken language. It is based on the...

INTRACELLULAR FLUID

Cellular fluid and the fluid that is in the cells

INTERNAL CAPSULE

Band of nerve fibres in the corpus striatum extending between the caudate nucleus and golbus pallidus. Contains fibres from parts of the cerebral cortex....

IRRADIATION EFFECTS

a factor in the occurrence of ionizing radiation, based on evidence of rates of congenial malformation in regions where naturally background radiation levels are...

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (ISSP)

Name of the international society of individuals and national organizations interested in sport and exercise psychology.

INTERVENTIONIST

Atherapist, behavioural scientist, a physician, or other professional who modifies the symptoms or conditions of a patient

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