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...

JET LAG

a maladjustment of circadian rhythms, which requires several days for adjusting rest, work, eating, body temperature and adrenocortical secretion cycles to local time.

JOB DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY (JDS)

It is the measure of the motivational components of a job, as identified by the job characteristics MODI I. of U.S. Psychologist J. Richard...

JAUNDICE

a syndrome, characterised with a variety of liver, gallbladder and blood disorders, marked by the bile-pigment deposition in the skin, eye surfaces and excrements....

JIGSAW METHOD

a technique, initially created to alleviate prejudice and hostility among students in descgregrated schools; it fosters cooperation and team-work.

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...

JUNG, CARL GUSTAV

He studied natural science and medicine and then moved to Zurich to work and specialize in schizophrenic disorders. He constructed a theory of analytic...

JACKSONIAN MARCH

An older name for clonic motor movements in one region or side of the body that start in one muscle group and then move...

JOHN HENRY EFFECT

an effect in which competitiveness between a control group and an experiment group to rivalry efforts that disturb the experiment.

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.

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