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It is often asserted that intercorrelations among tests of intellectual abilities are almost always positive, justifying the belief in a "g" factor and supporting the choice for oblique rotations of axes in factor analyses. Empirical information is presented from correlation matrices obtained in...
This paper attempts an exhaustive review of the literature on the psychotherapeutic relationship. The nature of the ideal psychotherapeutic relationship is defined and approximations of this ideal are shown to correlate positively with various measures of patient progress in the therapeutic...
Experiments concerning the learning of abnormal human Ss are reviewed. The review includes discussion of how persons with particular types of psychopathology learn different kinds of tasks as well as the reasons suggested for the learning phenomena found. (73 ref.)
The relationship of muscle tension to personality is reviewed through the 19th century to the present. Although the methods of measurement are often only indirectly related to one another certain trends emerge. Skeletal muscle tension tends to be high: in the hyperactive person during emotional...
Taylor (1963) pointed out (a) results of studies of universal phonetic symbolism in natural languages were contradictory. (b) Taylor and Taylor (1962) showed that speakers of different languages tend to assign different meanings to the same sounds. She argued, therefore, that current theories of...
This review considers evidence bearing on the question of whether an E's orientation (expectations and wishes) toward the results of his research may partially determine those results. The evidence is drawn from everyday life, medicine, clinical psychology, survey research, and experimental...
Increases in activity level have often been used to imply the presence of a heightened drive state. Frequently, drive is also anchored on the antecedent side to a condition of need. Research literature which bears on the relationship between need state and activity level is reviewed....
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