Thematic Apperception Test. A projective technique in which persons are shown a set of pictures and asked to make up a story about each one.
Thematic Apperception Test. Administered by a highly trained professional, subject is shown a series of several cards depicting people in various situations. Subject is asked to tell a detailed story about each card. Story is then interpreted by professional. Scoring methods for this test vary greatly, as does the experience of examiner. Is often used to assess personality, depression, world outlook, etc.
A projective measure of personality where a person is shown an ambiguous picture and asked to tell a story about the picture. go to glossary index
Thematic Apperception Test. A projective test consisting of a set of black-and-white pictures reproduced on cards, each depicting a potentially emotion-laden situation. The examinee, presented with the cards one at a time, is instructed to make up a story about each situation.
Technology Assessment Team
Technical Advisory Team
Technical Architecture Team
Teacher assistance teams. a common, generic term used to refer to child study teams that operate on a prereferral basis to identify the needs of students in general education classrooms, develop strategies, and monitor progress, prior to the consideration of comprehensive assessment procedures and possible eligibility for special education.
Turn Around Time. The total time taken to repair a component at the repair location, including waiting time but excluding transit time.
turn-around-time (how quickly can you get this done)
Turn-around-time; jargon referring to how quickly you can get a job done.
Transatlantic telephone cable.
Travelers Advisory Telephone
a wire mesh or burlap apparatus used to lay the leaves out for withering and fermentation.
shelf made of wire mesh or burlap used to spread the leaves out for withering and fermentation
a wire shelf used for withering green tea leaves
transactivator of transcription, a gene of HIV that plays a role in viral replication by regulating the transcription of viral DNA into RNA; also the protein produced by that gene.
An HIV regulatory gene that is believed to enhance virus replication.
One of the regulatory genes of HIV.