INFORMATION GIVER

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...

INTERFERENCE THEORY

Hypothesis dealing with forgetting. It is due to competition from other memories learnt and is produced by prior knowledge or presentation of more information...

INTERMEDIATE NERVE ARCHY,

This the term that is used to describe the deficiency need that is psychologically based, such as the need for self-esteem, love and security.

INTERNAL GROUPING

This term describes a smaller group that exists within a larger group.

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD MANUAL ALPHABET

A way of communicating for those with impaired hearing or vision in which the speaker traces block capital letters with his or her finger...

INTERPERSONAL DISTANCE

The distance that people choose to keep between themselves and other people. The distance is smaller for friends and relatives than it is for...

INTERPRETATION

Psychotherapy. Explanation by therapist ion terms meaningful to the person and their issues, behaviours or feelings. Made along the lines of conceptual framework or...

INTERSTIMULUS INTERVAL (1S1)

Stimulus and the time between presentations, and are timed usually from one end of the presentation stimulus and to the beginning of the next

INTERVENTRICULAR FORAMEN

The third ventricle of the brain and the opening that connects it with either lateral ventricle. The flow of cerebrospinal fluid is permitted through...

INTRACLASS CORRELATION

1. The average intercorrelation in formed pairs of cases within a group and randomly among them. 2. Members and an index of the homogeneity...

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