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Many sociologists have hypothesized that persons who possess inconsistent or conflicting attributes will tend to experience stress and manifest certain psychological characteristics which are markedly different from those who possess ordinary combinations of attributes. This problem has been...
The dynamics of self-analytic, or learning groups, are understood in terms of the leader as male. Since males and females are socialized into different roles in our society and these roles are differently valued, it was questioned whether the dynamics of this type of group would change if the...
Results are presented of the third experiment in a series designed to test a discontinuity theory of psychological development. Use is made of the phenomenon of loss of skill under conditions of increasing rate of change of perceptual field. The scores provided by a population mixture of...
Participativeness as a style of supervision is considered as a dependent variable. The data do not directly support the initial hypotheses in any important way, but severalfindings of interest emerge indirectly from a more detailed, multivariate analysis. First, supervisory behavior in these...
Two experiments concerned with attribution of responsibility for a happy accident were conducted in order to distinguish defensive attribution theory from an attributional model of achievement evaluation. The principal findings were: (1) In both experiments responsibility judgments decreased as...
Community-based corrections is a new dimension being added to the milieu of correctional devices for the criminal offender. One of the primary purposes of community-based corrections is the delivery of service, aiding in the reintegration of the offender into the community. Organization exchange...
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