An Investigation of Certain Components of Ego-Strength to Distinguish Vocationally Rehabilitable and Non-Rehabilitable Workers

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It was the intent of this study to investigate the relationship of the concept of ego-strength to the success in vocational rehabilitation. Specifically, the study was designed to evaluate in detail certain components of ego-strength which might be significant in distinguishing between the successful and unsuccessful disabled workers referred to Goodwill Industries of Dallas for vocational diagnosis and training.

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Solomos, Leo Fred June 1965.

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It was the intent of this study to investigate the relationship of the concept of ego-strength to the success in vocational rehabilitation. Specifically, the study was designed to evaluate in detail certain components of ego-strength which might be significant in distinguishing between the successful and unsuccessful disabled workers referred to Goodwill Industries of Dallas for vocational diagnosis and training.

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Solomos, Leo Fred. An Investigation of Certain Components of Ego-Strength to Distinguish Vocationally Rehabilitable and Non-Rehabilitable Workers, dissertation, June 1965; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164203/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .