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...

JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY

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

JOB-PLACEMENT STAGE

a level of rehabilitation at which a person with a disability is expected to be ready to stand the competitiveness of the job market....

JENKINS ACTIVITY SURVEY (JAS)

a self-administered survey with multiple-choice questions, which duplicates the clinical test for a behaviour patterns. It measures characteristics of this behaviour pattern such as...

JOB DESCRIPTION

an official job representation created by a company's personnel department to individuals applying or holding a specific job. Although formats vary, it comprises of...

JOB PREVIEW

Information provided to people applying for a position

JOB DESCRIPTIVE INDEX (JI)I)

a 72-item instrument measuring employees' attitudes in areas such as work, pay, supervision, promotions and coworkers.

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 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...

JOB ROTATION

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

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