JUNG, CARL GUSTAV (1875-1961)

Born in Kesswil, Switzerland, Jung came from a long line of physicians and theologians. Before concentrating on the study of medicine at the University...

JOB CONTEXT

significant aspects of the work situation different from the work itself. It is the physical environment of the work - co-workers, supervisors and technology.

JUDGMENT

In psychophysics the ability to determine the presence or relative magnitude of stimuli, or the capacity to recognize relationships, draw conclusions from evidence and...

JOB DIMENSIONS

1. the overall categories that define the nature of a given job like clerical or receptionist duties. 2. main competence areas, personality traits or...

JUST NOTICEABLE DIFFERENCE (JND; Differential or Difference Threshold)

The smallest difference between two stimuli that can be reliably detected.The external world comes to us in the form of ever-changing sensations, and we...

JACKSON'S LAW

the principle stating that when mental deterioration results from brain disease, the higher and recently developed functions are lost first.

JOB DESIGN

or job redesign is the specification of the content (responsibilities and duties) of a given job with the goal of maximising both job satisfaction...

JIRYAN

a syndrome related to culture, found mainly in India with symptoms similar to those of shen-k'eui.

JOINT ATTENTION

two or more people's attention focused on an object or action.

JUSTIFICATION

In epistemology, it is a concept of intellectual responsibility regarding the norms of belief about ideas, actions, emotions, claims, theories and so forth. In...

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