JIGGLE CAGE

A spring-mounted box that records small oscillations caused by enclosed animals.

JOB INFORMATION

the job data relating to work activities require general human behaviours and communicating or making decisions, personnel specifications and types of materials processed and...

JOHN HENRY EFFECT

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

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...

JUVENILISM

To be attracted sexually to children or adolescents. See ephebophilia, pedophilia

JACKSON'S LAW

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

JIGSAW METHOD

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

JOB INVOLVEMENT

the degree to which a person identifies with their job. Job accomplishments lead to a strong sense of pride and self esteem, whereas failures...

JOHNSON V LOUISIANA

a case resulting in an influential decision establishing that there is no constitutional requirements for states to require juries to be unanimous in...

JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY

It is the approach to psychotherapy of Carl Jung and also the psychoanalytical theory. See analytic psychology

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