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Personality Trait Differences between Popular and Unpopular Children

Personality Trait Differences between Popular and Unpopular Children

Date: 1950
Creator: Bonney, Warren C.
Description: It is the purpose of this study to contribute some scientific data toward the construction of a more valid rating scale for use in the classroom situation.
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Personality Trait Differences Between Popular and Unpopular High School Students

Personality Trait Differences Between Popular and Unpopular High School Students

Date: 1946
Creator: Roe, Wilder A.
Description: The following study was undertaken to discover some of the ways in which high school students who are popular differ from those who are not so popular.
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Personality Traits of Management Students and Business Personnel

Personality Traits of Management Students and Business Personnel

Date: August 1963
Creator: Marth, Donald Rudell
Description: The purpose of the present study was to determine if there are "cores" of similar personality traits among successful business and industrial managers and senior management students in the School of Business Administration at North Texas State University.
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Personality Type Preferences of Juvenile Delinquents

Personality Type Preferences of Juvenile Delinquents

Date: August 2000
Creator: Cavin, Clark
Description: The purpose of this study was to identify and explore personality characteristics of juvenile delinquents, to compare those characteristics with those of the general population, and determine if there are significant differences, as measured by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), between the personality characteristics of juvenile delinquents and the general population. Juvenile delinquents who were adjudicated into a Texas Youth Commission facility in North Texas were subjects for this study. Participants included 186 males who ranged in age from 14 years to 20 years. Statistical analyses were performed for each of the research questions. When comparing MBTI scores of juvenile delinquents to the general population, significant differences were found on the dichotomous scales, temperaments, function pairs, and types. All type preferences are represented within the juvenile delinquent population. The MBTI can be useful in responding to the education and rehabilitation needs of juvenile delinquents. Knowledge of personality type can help caregivers meet the needs of juvenile delinquents. Understanding personality type preference can serve to provide a deeper understanding of the behaviors that lead to adjudication of juvenile delinquents. A discovery of the types of adolescents who are adjudicated could lead to preventive measures, early detection, and early intervention for students ...
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Personality Variables Associated with Sociometric Status among Institutionalized Narcotic Drug Addicts

Personality Variables Associated with Sociometric Status among Institutionalized Narcotic Drug Addicts

Date: June 1967
Creator: Garrett, June Juree Mallatt
Description: This study was conducted to determine if drug addict patients tend to select leaders with good rehabilitation potential, as this potential is determined by examination of certain personality characteristics of the addicts.
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Personality Variables Related to Academic Achievement

Personality Variables Related to Academic Achievement

Date: August 1968
Creator: Black, Walter Ginn
Description: The purpose of the present study is to investigate personality traits or trait clusters that will identify academic high and low achievers and differentiate the two.
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The Personification of Death in Middle English Literature

The Personification of Death in Middle English Literature

Date: May 1970
Creator: Humphries, Judith G.
Description: This study concentrates on the personification of death in Middle English literature and examines some examples of the literature from the period.
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Personnel Management Curricular Requirements of Member Schools of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business

Personnel Management Curricular Requirements of Member Schools of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business

Date: 1956
Creator: Lann, Arlene Wills
Description: The general purpose of this study is to determine the principal curricular requirements in the field of personnel management which now are prescribed by member institutions in the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business.
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Personnel Policies for Salesmen in Nash Automobile Dealerships in Texas

Personnel Policies for Salesmen in Nash Automobile Dealerships in Texas

Date: 1951
Creator: Laney, Samuel Duke
Description: The automobile dealership is one of the more important types of small business. The operation of such a business is an integral part of the economy of the country, and conditions existing in the automobile field are usually fairly representative of those in other types of small business; therefore, the general personnel policies of an automobile dealership are basically similar to personnel policies of other small businesses in the distributive field. A study of personnel policies in this field will be of some use to anyone interested in the problems of small business.
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Personnel Preparation in Special Education: An Exploration of Autism Spectrum Disorders Programmatic Changes in Institutions of Higher Education Teacher Training Programs

Personnel Preparation in Special Education: An Exploration of Autism Spectrum Disorders Programmatic Changes in Institutions of Higher Education Teacher Training Programs

Date: August 2011
Creator: Lett-Stallworth, Tawana
Description: Programmatic change related to autism spectrum disorders (ASD) training in special education teacher education programs across the U.S. and institutional variables that influenced change were examined. Variables included institutions’ current coverage of autism content in coursework and institution enrollment. One faculty member from each identified institution was invited to participate in the study. Data were collected from 136 special education faculty using an exploratory survey instrument, the National Survey on ASD Preparation in Undergraduate Special Education Teacher Training Programs (NSAP). This study was designed around themes which emerged from empirical and pragmatic research findings conceptualizing prevalent issues in personnel preparation for ASD including critical knowledge and skills needed by teachers to effectively serve students with ASD. Results indicated a significant number of programmatic changes (66%) remain to be implemented in undergraduate special education programs at institutions participating in the study.
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