JAMES, WILLIAM

He was the the most influential psychologist of his time he taught many students who contributed to the development of American psychology and helped...

JOHARI WINDOW

a model defining the extent of open communication between people. It is an imaginary window with four panes that each represents a dimension of...

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-SAFETY ANALYSIS

a special analysis that involves identifying hazards and making recommendations to eliminate or control the hazards, it also identifies and controls operating hazards in...

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...

JUMPING FRENCHMEN OF MAINE SYNDROME

It is characterized by an extreme startle response which involves yelling, imitative speech and behaviour, involuntary jumping, flinging of the arms and command obedience....

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...

JACTITATION

restlessness expressed in tossing about . Also called jactation

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...

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