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...

IRRATIONAL BELIEF

or cognitive distortion is an illogical, erroneous or distorted idea, firmly held despite objective contradictory evidence. This was attributed to U.S. Psychologist Albert Ellis...

INTEREST

This term describes the attitude characterised by a need to give selective attention to something that is significant to a person such as an...

INTERVIEW

A conversation that is directed in which a clinician, employer, therapist, researcher or (the interviewer) intends to elicit specific information from an individual (the...

INVOLUNTARY TURNOVER

An organization and the number of employees who leave involuntarily in a given period. Involuntary turnover is the distinction usually made between and is...

INVENTORY

In form of a question, it describes a behaviour and the studying or it, interests and attitudes, it is a list of items.

ITEM VALIDITY

In a test or experiment the extent to which an individual item measures what it purports to measure.

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...

INTRAPSYCHIC

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

INFERIORITY COMPLEX

A term used by Alfred Adler to denote strong feelings of inadequacy and insecurity stemming from real or fancied deficiencies of a physical, mental,...

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