Glossary J

Joint custody is defined as an arrangement in which both parents share in the custody of a child following divorce. Many "joint custody" arrangements are determined informally by the parents; formal court orders tend to be issued only in cases where the parties could arrive at no satisfactory agreement on their own; when both parents retain legal custody of their children following divorce

Joint Terrorism Task Force concept refers to the combination of resources of various federal agencies
Jonah complex is a term according to Maslow is the fear of one's own potential greatness. Jonah complex, moreover is defined as the fear that maximizing our potential will lead to a situation with which we will be unable to cope.
- Josef Breuer (1842-1925) : Josef Breuer the person Freud credited with the founding of Psychoanalysis . Breuer discovered that when the memory of a traumatic event is recalled under deep relaxation or hypnosis , there is a release of emotional energy (catharsis ) and the symptoms caused by the repressed memory are relieved.

- Joseph Babinski (1857–1932) : Joseph Babinski refers to the founder of British Neurology.

Joseph D. Pistone refers to the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) Special Agent known for his undercover work

Journal is defined as a written collection of articles describing the methods and results of new research.

Journalism, when viewed through the lens of psychology, is the study of how media narratives, reporting styles, and journalistic practices influence individual and collective mental well-being. This article delves into the psychological aspects of journalism, provides examples of its impact on mental health, discusses associated risks, offers recommendations for responsible journalism, considers approaches to address negative effects, briefly explores the history and legal aspects, and highlights related fields that share concerns about media influence.