INTEREST FACTORS

Used in vocational guidance and selecting personnel. They are a person's interests and preferences that are used to indicate personality traits and job suitability.

INTERLOCKING PATHOLOGIES

term that is used to describe the unconscious and dysfunctional ways of acting that are present in a couple or other intimate dyad or...

INTERNAL CONSISTENCY

term used to describe the degree to which all the items on a test measure the same thing.

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF PSYCHOLOGISTS

Professional organisation founded in 1941 to advance psychology and its applications by aiding communication and strengthening bonds worldwide. Recognised as a non-governmental organisation in...

INTERPERSONAL ACCOMMODATION

the term that describes the give and take process involved in developing interpersonal relationships.

INTERPERSONAL TRUST

this is the confidence a person or group of people has in relying on another person or group. The degree which a person can...

INTERSCORER RELIABILITY

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

INTERVENING VARIABLE

1. Is an entity and hypothetical and is influenced by an independent variable and influences in turn a variable dependent. 2. specifically more, and...

INTOXICANT

Transient alterations that are produced by a capable substance in mental function. The intoxication and the nature of it depends on the psychoactive properties...

INTRALAMINAR SYSTEM

The nerve cells of the thalamic and is a duffuse system and they are associated with sleep and wakefulness and part of the reticular...

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