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The Effect of Feelings of Insecurity on Personality Characteristics of Institutionalized Adolescent Boys

The Effect of Feelings of Insecurity on Personality Characteristics of Institutionalized Adolescent Boys

Date: August 1965
Creator: Kanady, Berlin L.
Description: This study was an investigation of the relationship between feelings of insecurity of institutionalized delinquent boys and the following personality variables: Ascendancy, Responsibility, Emotional Stability, Sociability, Cautiousness, Original Thinking, Personal Relations, and Vigor.
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A Study of Self-ideal Discrepancy Scores and Anxiety in a College and Clinical Population

A Study of Self-ideal Discrepancy Scores and Anxiety in a College and Clinical Population

Date: August 1962
Creator: Thomas, Willet Tommy
Description: This thesis in concerned with the relationship of self-ideal discrepancy scores and anxiety in a college and clinical population.
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A Comparison of the Cuisenaire Method of Teaching Arithmetic with a Conventional Method

A Comparison of the Cuisenaire Method of Teaching Arithmetic with a Conventional Method

Date: August 1964
Creator: Steiner, Kelly Everett
Description: The problem of this investigation was to determine the effectiveness of the Cuisenaire method of teaching arithmetic to fourth graders, as compared with a traditional conventional method. Furthermore, a secondary aspect of the problem was to compare performances of the experimental and control groups when classified according to sex.
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Self-Rationalization and Two Aspects of the Self-Concept: The Social Self and the Private Self

Self-Rationalization and Two Aspects of the Self-Concept: The Social Self and the Private Self

Date: August 1963
Creator: Flattery, James Warren
Description: The purpose of this study is two-fold: (1) to investigate the relationship between self-rationalization and self-concept, and (2) to investigate the relationship between two different types of self-concept, the private self or what a person thinks about himself and the social self or what a person thinks other people in his psychological group think about him.
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The Influence of Configuration and Letter Sequence on Recognition Thresholds of Words

The Influence of Configuration and Letter Sequence on Recognition Thresholds of Words

Date: January 1962
Creator: Stewart, James C.
Description: The purpose of this study is to attempt to determine what influence configuration and/or letter sequence have on the recognition thresholds of words. It is felt that low configuration and/or rare letter sequences will result in lower recognition thresholds, while high configuration and/or common letter sequence will result in higher recognition thresholds when stimulus words are presented to subjects by means of a tachistoscope.
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A Comparison of Scores Made on the MMPI and CTMM by Two Groups of Juvenile Delinquents Apprehended for Auto Theft and a Group of Non-Delinquents

A Comparison of Scores Made on the MMPI and CTMM by Two Groups of Juvenile Delinquents Apprehended for Auto Theft and a Group of Non-Delinquents

Date: May 1963
Creator: Sypert, Walter Charles
Description: The problem of this study was to determine if juvenile delinquents who commit auto theft without an accomplice differ significantly in certain characteristics from those who commit such thefts with one of more confederates. The characteristics investigated were: (1) scores made on individual scales of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory and (2) intellectual ability as measured by the California Short-Form Test of Mental Maturity. Furthermore, the same characteristics were examined to determine if a significant difference existed between each of the groups of juvenile delinquents and a group of juveniles who did not have a record of delinquency and attended Sunday School classes regularly.
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A Study of the Relationship of Anxiety to Social and Personal Adjustment

A Study of the Relationship of Anxiety to Social and Personal Adjustment

Date: August 1963
Creator: Hudson, Shelby Jay
Description: To what extent will college students differing in anxiety level, as determined by their scores on the IPAT Anxiety Scale, differ in personal and social adjustment and certain factors of personal and social adjustment, as measured by the California Test of Personality.
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A Comparison of Two Theological Student Groups in Relation to Theological Views, Rigidity and Political-economic Conservatism

A Comparison of Two Theological Student Groups in Relation to Theological Views, Rigidity and Political-economic Conservatism

Date: January 1963
Creator: Oswald, Robert M.
Description: The present investigation was designed to explore the relationship between authoritarianism, rigidity, political-economic conservatism and theological beliefs of two groups of students representing two nationally known theological seminaries. One seminary is noted for its conservative theological standing, the other for its liberal position.
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The Relationship of Self Discrepancy to Perceived Problems of Graduate and Undergraduate Students

The Relationship of Self Discrepancy to Perceived Problems of Graduate and Undergraduate Students

Date: June 1965
Creator: Wierenga, Jon Karl
Description: The problem is to determine if there are discrepancies between self-ideal concept which come about through changes in position with respect to group standing, and to what problems specifically that change is related to.
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The Incidence of Non-Promotion in the Intermediate Grades of the Elementary School and some of its Relationships

The Incidence of Non-Promotion in the Intermediate Grades of the Elementary School and some of its Relationships

Date: 1947
Creator: Morgan, Blanche Petty
Description: The purpose of this investigation is to determine the incidence of retardation or non-promotion and the relationship of various characteristics of the retarded children in the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades of Sunset School.
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