INTERHEMISPHERIC TRANSFER

Transfer of memory traces or learning experiences from one cerebral hemisphere to the other. Interhemispheric transfer can be demonstrated in humans when information presented...

INTERMITTENT REINFORCEMENT

Used in operant or instrumental conditioning. The name given to any pattern of reinforcement where only some responses are reinforced. Also called partial reinforcement;...

INTERNALIZATION

1. Unconscious mental process where characteristics, beliefs, feelings and attitudes of other people are assimilated into your own self. 2. Psychoanalytic theory. Process used...

INTEROCEPTIVE STIMULUS

the term that is applied to the stimulus arising from inside an organism. Examples of this stimulus includes headache, stomach ache and hunger pangs....

INTERPERSONAL PROCESS RECALL (IPR)

Method used to understand the process of psychotherapy and to train therapists and counsellors. Uses taping counselling and psychotherapy sessions that are later analysed...

INTERRATER RELIABILITY

the consistency with which different examiners produce similar ratings in judging the same abilities or characteristics in the same target person or object. Usually...

INTERVAL

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

INTERVIEWER STEREOTYPE

The ideal job candidate and the interviewers concept of being in employment, the standard which becomes and is against which actual job applicants are...

INTRACRANIAL STIMULATION (ICS)

The cells in the human brain and the stimulation of them and also in non human animal by application which is direct and is...

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,...

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