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...

JAPANESE MANAGEMENT

management style in Japan in the 1980s stressing continuous improvement in quality, cnsensus decision making and acute inventory systems

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,...

JOB SATISFACTION

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

JONESTOWN MASS SUICIDE

A small group of members attacked and killed members of a congressional fact finding delegation from the United States, Jones ordered his followers to...

JUST NOTICEABLE DURATION

the duration for a comparison stimulus that is perceptibly shorter or longer than the duration of a standard stimulus.

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