idiographic

[adj] - (psychology) relating to or involving the study of individuals
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Idiographic

• (a.) Alt. of Idiographical
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idiographic

adjective relating to or involving the study of individuals
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Idiographic

Id`i·o·graph'ic (ĭd`ĭ*o*grăf'ĭk), Id`i*o*graph'ic*al adjective Of or pertaining to an idiograph.
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idiographic

idiographic 1. Concentrating on particular cases and the unique traits or functioning of individuals, rather than on broad generalizations about human behavior. Idiographic research methods in psychology include the case study, which is characterized by the distinctiveness of each case. 2. Pertaining to the characteristics or behavior of a particu...
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Idiographic

Idiographic in psychology refers to something that is unique and personal to the individual. The study of personality can be seen from either an idiographic or nomothetic point of view. If like Rogers, Maslow, Allport and Kelly you see personality as unique to each individual you are taking a idiographic view. Broad categorizations cannot be made. ...
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idiographic

relating to or involving the study of individuals
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idiographic

Type: Term Pronunciation: id′ē-ō-graf′ik Definitions: 1. Pertaining to the characteristics or behavior of a particular person as a person, as opposed to nomothetic.
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