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The Relationship of Individual Choice Status to Severity of Personal Problems

The Relationship of Individual Choice Status to Severity of Personal Problems

Date: 1958
Creator: Cooley, C. Ewing
Description: The present study is intended to be, as far as possible, an exhaustive examination of sociometric status groupings in regard to the way in which members of the group rate themselves and the others in their groups concerning happiness, problems and worry.
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A Comparison of Physics and Psychology Majors on FIRO-B Variables

A Comparison of Physics and Psychology Majors on FIRO-B Variables

Date: January 1960
Creator: McCown, John Rae
Description: It is the basic assumption of this study that a relationship exists between the interpersonal needs of inclusion, control, and affection and occupational choice as indicated by college major. Studies in the area of vocational choice have largely dealt with people who are practicing the vocation, leaving doubt as to whether people are attracted to the vocation as a result of need-satisfaction behavior, or whether the people determine their orientation by practicing the occupation. The need for further clarification of these questions was recognized, and this study was an effort to add to the evidence for or against the validity of the concept of interpersonal need satisfaction as a factor in vocational choice.
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A Study of Personality Patterns of Aspirants to the Ministry of the Episcopal Church

A Study of Personality Patterns of Aspirants to the Ministry of the Episcopal Church

Date: May 1960
Creator: Clark, David D.
Description: It is the purpose of this study to investigate the personality patterns of a group of applicants who have been under the auspices of the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and have received a psychiatric and psychological evaluation. The various aspects of their examinations will be investigated to determine what personality types have been more acceptable in this diocese and subsequent success in their vocation.
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A Comparison of Empathic Ability between Business and Psychology Majors

A Comparison of Empathic Ability between Business and Psychology Majors

Date: January 1961
Creator: Sturhahn, Edward M.
Description: This study was undertaken in the belief that students of psychology possess a significantly greater degree of empathic ability than do students of other college majors. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is any significant difference in empathic ability between psychology students and business students as a group.
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The Effects of Group Discussion on Some Dimensions of Personality

The Effects of Group Discussion on Some Dimensions of Personality

Date: May 1961
Creator: Remeny, John Allen
Description: It is the basic hypothesis of this study that there exists a relationship between personal attitude and value changes and participation in group discussion. The purpose of this study will be an attempt to assess how some personality variables change as a result of group discussion.
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Increasing the Social Interaction in a Fifth-Grade Class: a Sociometric Study

Increasing the Social Interaction in a Fifth-Grade Class: a Sociometric Study

Date: May 1961
Creator: Baugh, James Robert
Description: The purpose of this study is to change the structure of a fifth-grade class in order to increase the social interaction of the group.
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The Influence of Rural and Urban Residence on Friendship Choices as Measured by a Sociometric Technique

The Influence of Rural and Urban Residence on Friendship Choices as Measured by a Sociometric Technique

Date: August 1961
Creator: Friedberg, Frank Theodore
Description: This study will be concerned with evaluating the degree of acceptance of rural students in an urban school. Because of increased interaction between the two groups on account of better modes of transportation, consolidation of schools, and a general trend in creating a more homogenous environment between the two groups the following null hypotheses have been formulated: 1. That there will be no significant difference in acceptance between the rural and urban pupils. 2. That there will be no significant differences in the number of cross-sex choices given or received by the two groups. 3. That there will be no significant discrimination between rural and urban school mates in clique formation.
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Group Dimension Measurement in a Southern Baptist Church

Group Dimension Measurement in a Southern Baptist Church

Date: January 1962
Creator: Patterson, Nelton Duward
Description: The purpose of this study is to get some concrete evidence that group principles can be applied to church groups in an effective manner. The more immediate purpose is to improve the relations in the individual classes so that they will have a feeling of belongingness, relatedness, or close affiliation. It is the purpose of this experiment to help these individuals find the fulfillment of their personal needs that can be supplied in the Sunday School class.
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Some Factors Related to Normal Personality Functioning

Some Factors Related to Normal Personality Functioning

Date: January 1962
Creator: Ralston, Nyna Mahealani
Description: The intent of this study was to supply more data to further potential investigations in the systematic study of the normal personality as described in previous paragraphs.
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Relationships of Sociometric Inconsistencies with Negativism in a Child Care Institution

Relationships of Sociometric Inconsistencies with Negativism in a Child Care Institution

Date: August 1962
Creator: Hutton, Jerry B.
Description: Since there has been an abundance of research concerning high and low social status and little on inconsistents, the present study intends to shed some understanding of this group by comparing their feelings and attitudes to the highs and lows. Four principle areas are emphasized: family relationships, attitude toward sex, interpersonal relationships and self concept, with sub-areas lending added data.
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