QUADRANGULAR THERAPY

The four people involved in quadrangular therapy for the couple and each partner's therapist. All four work together to work out problems in...

QUALITY OF WORKLIFE (QWL)

An area of research and implementation of policies designed to enhance employee's work motivation, commitment and job satisfaction. Quality of life issues are...

QUASI GROUP

A gathering with some, but not all definitions that make up a true group.

QUOTA SAMPLING

Also referred to as quota control, it is a method of selecting subjects for a study. The subjects are already chosen for specific characteristics...

QUADRANOPIA

A defect in the field of vision characterized by the loss of one-fourth or one quadrant of the visual field is lost.

QUALITY WEIGHTING

Giving weight to each of the individual studies in a multi-layered study. Weight is determined by the factors of design, execution and analysis...

QUASI NEED

Based in social psychology, a quasi-need is a need based on intent or purpose and not on a deficit of essential biological nature.

QUOTIENT HYPOTHESIS

The hypothesis that suggests quotients or ratios of two consecutive difference thresholds in a given series are equal. It is an adaption of...

QUADRATIC FORM

In mathematics, the form central to multivariate analysis.

QUANTIFIER

In language studies, a determiner used to show the notion of quantity. For example, some, many, all or none.

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