JUST-WORLD PHENOMENON

To believe that events proceed rationally and not by chance, such an attitude may result in the belief that the victim of an accident...

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

illegal behaviour by a minor.Including behaviour that would be considered criminal in an adult, vandalism, petty theft, auto theft, arson, rape etc.

JOB CRITERION

The standard criteria used for evaluating employees' performance on a specific job; it consists of supervisor's ratings of employees' performance, together with objective measures,...

JOINT ATTENTION

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

JOB-COMPONENT VALIDITY

It is to predict the suitability for a particular job that involves use of the position analysis questionnaire and the synthetic validity method of...

JOHN HENRY EFFECT

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

JIGSAW METHOD

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

JOB SATISFACTION

the attitude of a worker when he reaps the rewards or the context

JAMES-LANGE THEORY

This theory hypothesizes that there are many psychological responses as there are different intra-psychic feelings and that each of these responses precedes rather than...

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...

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