Glossary I

Identity training refers to an attempt to promote conservation by teaching non-conservers to recognize that a transformed object or substance is the same object or substance, regardless of its new appearance.

Identity versus Role confusion refers to a conflict of adolescence that involves the need to establish a personal identity.
- Identity vs. identity confusion: - Identity vs. identity confusion (adolescence) :

Englisch: Erik Erikson 's Theory of Psychosocial Development stages
Identity vs. identity confusion (adolescence) refers to the 5th stage of Erik Erikson's theory of Psychosocial development where the adolescents are confronted with questions about life style and life direction.

Ideographic development refers to individual variations in the rate, extent, or direction of development.

Deutsch: Ideologie / Español: Ideología / Português: Ideologia / Français: Idéologie / Italiano: Ideologia

An ideology involves concepts about human life and behavior.

In the context of psychology, ideology refers to a system of beliefs, values, or ideas that an individual or group holds. It represents a significant aspect of how people understand and interpret the world, influencing their perceptions, behaviors, and interactions with others.

Ideomotor apraxia is defined as Motor Apraxia which refers to an inability to access a stored motor sequence or an inability to relay that information to the motor association areas. An example is the inability to show how one would make a telephone call from beginning to end.

Idiographic approach refers to the approach that emphasizes individual differences over general behavioral principles.

Idiographic Case Formulation refers to an approach to case formulation or assessment that emphasizes the detailed representation of the individual child or family as a unique entity.