INVERSE-SQUARE LAW

When one variable increases and decreases and is the law of physics, in proportion to the reciprocal of the square of another variable, for...

IRIDOLOGY

A noun meaning a rather controversial tool for testing health by examining the eye irisis. Still this tool doesn't have enough support among doctors.

INTRINSIC ACTIVITY

1. Efficacy and the measure of a drug receptor complex and the pharmacological effect it produces. 2. Response to the drug and the magnitude...

INTROSPECTIONISM

Method of psychological investigation and the doctrine and basic method it is ir should be introspection. Such an approach historically is associated with the...

IPSILATERAL DEFICIT

Brain damage or a lesion and is the loss of function which is normal and on the same side of the body as the...

INTERPERSONAL SKILL

The aptitude enabling a person to be able to carry on effective relationships with others such as an ability to cooperate, communicate thought and...

INTRANSITIVITY

Elements and the quality of a relationship among them such that relationships do not transfer across ele-ments (i.e., that relationships do not exhibit transi-tivity)....

INTERVAL OF UNCERTAINTY

The upper threshold and the interval between (the stimulus and the noticeably standard that is greater than) the threshold that is lower (the stimulus...

INTROVERSION-EXTRAVERSION

Self orientation from introversion the range or continuum characterised by inward and concerns self directed and behaviours to extraversion, characterised by outward and social...

INTERIM BEHAVIOR

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

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