individual psychology in·di·vid·u·al psychology (ĭn’də-vĭj’ōō-əl)
A theory of human behavior emphasizing the drive to overcome feelings of inferiority by compensation and the need to achieve personal goals that have value for society.
noun 1. a savings plan that offers tax advantages to an individual depositor to set aside money for retirement. Abbreviation: IRA. Individual Retirement Account (IRA) A retirement plan. The “traditional” IRA allows individuals to contribute pretax earnings up to a maximum yearly allowance and to defer income taxes until the money is withdrawn after retirement. […]
[in-duh-vij-oo-eyt] /ˌɪn dəˈvɪdʒ uˌeɪt/ verb (used with object), individuated, individuating. 1. to form into an or distinct entity. 2. to give an or distinctive character to; . verb (used without object), individuated, individuating. 3. to make distinctions: to individuate among one’s students. 4. to become or distinctive: With maturity, the artist individuated. /ˌɪndɪˈvɪdjʊˌeɪt/ verb (transitive) […]
[in-duh-vij-oo-ey-shuh n] /ˌɪn dəˌvɪdʒ uˈeɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act of . 2. state of being ; existence; . 3. Philosophy. the determination or contraction of a general nature to an mode of existence; development of the from the general. /ˌɪndɪˌvɪdjʊˈeɪʃən/ noun 1. the act or process of individuating 2. (in the psychology of Jung) […]
- Individuation field
individuation field n. The region within which an organizer influences the rearrangement of primordial tissues so that a complete embryo is formed.