INVOLUNTARY ATTENTION

A prominent stimulus and the attention that is captured by it, an example in the field of the visual peripheral tile, rather than deliberately...

INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY

Starts as a bifurcation in the common carotid artery at the level of the thyroid cartilage in our neck and enters the skull at...

INTERLANGUAGE

State where a learner of a language has developed an internally consistent grammatical system with properties of both the native language and the target...

IPSILATERAL DEFICIT

Brain damage or a lesion and is the loss of function which is normal and on the same side of the body as the...

INVERSE RELATIONSHIP

A relationship which is negative when one variable decreases and the other variable increases, or vice versa

INTEROCEPTIVE SYSTEM

the name of the total of all of the sensory receptors and nerves gathering information from inside the body.

INTERSCORER RELIABILITY

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

INTUITIVE TYPE

A functional type characterised in Carl Jung's analytic psychology and is the ability to adapt, by means of unconscious indications and is a fine...

INTERROGATIVE SUGGESTIBILITY

The degree to which an individual is susceptible to suggestive questioning. (a) degree to which an individual will respond to leading questions. (b) to...

INTUITIVE STAGE

Cognitive development in Jean Piaget's theory, during the period of the preoperational stage, from a out 4 to 7 years, to think in terms...

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