JANET'S TEST

tactile-sensibility test in which participants respond affirmatively or negatively when asked if they feel the touch of the examiner's fingers.

JOB ANALYSIS

Important classes of job information include the behaviours, tools, working conditions and skills involved in the job. Data is obtained from those doing or...

JOB REQUIREMENTS

The personal skill that are necessary for performing work tasks effectively. You will find that these are normally identified in the personnel specification for...

JOINT PROBABILITY

the probability for two events occurring simultaneously.

JURISPRUDENTIAL TEACHING MODEL

It uses the law and the system of laws as a paradigm for information processing and evaluating social issues and a teaching model that...

JANIS-FEYERABEND HYPOTHESIS

the belief that persuasive discourse is truly effective in case an individual refutes positive arguments on the other side of a question before answering...

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.

JOB ROTATION

an employment practice in which workers are required to perform different duties on a regularly scheduled basis.

JONAH COMPLEX

inhibition of becoming entirely self-actualized for fear of facing new challenges and situations.

JURY NULLIFICATION

It can occur when the members of the jury believe that to find the defendant guilty would be unfair or unjust or would...

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