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Shows that a latent-structure model for answering true-flase questionnaire items predicts a circular ordering among MMPI scales used in a study by J. S. Wiggins and V. R. Lovell (see 39:6). A circular ordering can be demonstrated, but certain systematic departures from the predicted effects also...
Evaluates the implications of using raw difference and residual change scores within the framework of a linear regression model which is assumed to represent the determinants of change. Given the regression model and a determinant of change (Z) other than initial status (X), use of residual...
Used conflict theory and research to explain findings as a 1st step toward a more generalized theoretical explanation based on object-relations subtheories of personality. The importance of homogamy in assuring value consensus is noted. The importance of personality strengths in husbands is...
Reviews creativity research within the cognitive and personological investigative orientations on 5 parameters of creativity as they affect the individual: (a) intellectual factors and cognitive styles associated with creativity, (b) creativity as related/unrelated to intelligence, (c)...
Reviews findings from studies (including previously unsummarized "social attraction" research) linking types of source-receiver similarities (attitudinal and membership, relevant and irrelevant), bases for credibility (respect, attraction, trust), and attitude change. Contrary to prevalent...
Stressed that a major source of empirical data on RT to the 1st of the 2 successive stimuli (RT1) in the double-stimulation psychological refractory period (PRP) task has been overlooked. Each reviewed theory of the PRP effect was extended to a prediction of RT1 characteristics in the PRP task....
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