INTROJECTION

1. A theory in psychoanalytic and is the process of internalizing an external object and the qualities into the psyche in the form of...

IN VIVO EXPOSURE THERAPY

A person is exposed to situations provoking anxiety in a real world condition to try to master the anxiety and be able to function...

INTERGROUP DYNAMICS

The term describing the dynamic rather than static processes that influence the ever changing relationships between groups, including intergroup stereotyping, competition, conflict and ingroup...

INTEROCEPTIVE CONDITIONING

Pavlovian conditioning. This requires direct access to internal organs, through fistulas, balloons inserted into the digestive tract or implanted electrical devices that present the...

INTERNALIZERS

These people assume that the focus of control over their lives is in themselves and try harder to change themselves and their environment. Involves...

INVOLVED SHOPPERS

Consumer behaviour that is more deliberate than others in shoppers. They spend more effort and more time in acquiring knowledge about products by searching...

INVERSE KINEMATICS

Typically specified in terms of positions and the transformation necessary to go from movement goals also the trajectories in space, to achieve these goals...

ISHIHARA TEST FOR COLOR BLINDNESS

It is a test that uses a series of plates (Ishihara plates) where numbers or letters are formed by dots of a given colour...

INTERDEPENDENT SELF-CONSTRUAL

View of the self that emphasises a person's embeddedness in a network of social relationships and downplays their unique traits or accomplishments. Compare independent...

INTERINDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

the name describing the variations between people in one or more traits, behaviors or characteristics such as variations in intelligence). Compare intra-individual differences.

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