INTERVENTION RESEARCH

Activities designed to measure how much better a situation is after modification that is systematic and to measure or has been imposed and the...

INFORMATION SEEKER

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...

INTIMACY

A state of extreme interpersonal emotional closeness such that each party's personal space can be entered without causing discomfort and by any of the...

INTROCEPTION

A person that is attentive and understanding to the motives, needs and experiences of herself or himself and others. It is a reflecting personality...

INTERPERSONAL THEORY

Psychoanalysis. Based on a belief that people's interaction with other people, especially significant others and determines the sense of security, self and the dynamisms...

ISOLATION

1.The state of being isolated from others. 2.Social isolation in psychoanalytic theory is a defense mechanism that relies on keeping unwelcome thoughts and feelings...

INTERPERSONAL INFLUENCE

the direct social pressure exerted on a person or group by another person or group in the form of demands or threats or promises...

INTERGROUP CONFLICT

The term for disagreement or confrontation between two or more groups and their members. This may involve physical violence, interpersonal discord and psychological tension....

INTERPERSONAL CONCORDANCE

the first of two stages in the conventional level where the idea of motive and underlying intention emerge and moral behavior is that which...

INTRAPSYCHIC

Ideas, conflicts, pertaining to impulses or other phenomena that is psychological and arises or occurs within the mind or psyche

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