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...

QUICK TEST (QT)

U.S. psychologists Bruce and Carol Ammons developed the quick test for screening and testing individuals with severe disabilities. Responses to test questions are...

QUATERNITY

The fourfold concept of personality as postulated by Jung. Basically, Jung said there are four functions of ego: Feeling, Intuiting, Thinking and Sensing.

QUASI GROUP

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

QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH

Quantitative research uses numeriacl data from observations to come to conclusions.

QUERULENT

Having a quarrelsome, argumentative and suspicious nature. Those who fit this adjective are also seen as being more litigious than average.

QUID PRO QUO

From the Latin: "one thing for another". It is a service or advantage given for one delivered or promised. For example,...

QUEUE

An orderly line or file of people waiting for a product, service of opportunity. Members are highly likely to observe common courtesy and...

QUADRANOPIA

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

QUANTIFIER

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

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