Invarient

To be invariant is to be unchanging. For instance, the impact of sunlight on the Earth is invariant. Or, as used in mathematics, the term invariance can be used to describe a property, function, or quantity that doesn't change no matter what mathematical transformation is applied to it. Likewise, in psychology, the description invariant can be used to describe symptoms or attitudes that are unchanging and remain constant over time.

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History of Psychology
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