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Bordin basically agree that the inventory lacks evidence for its
Nevertheless the EPPS has generated considerable interest
since its inception. One. of the reasons for the interest generated is
that it not only provides scores for each need, but it also provides a
consistency score which measures agreement in responses on fifteen
pairs of items that are identical. In addition, a profile stability
score is provided which indicates the correlation between the score
profiles for both halves of the inventory. The EPPS was not used
in the present study for two reasons. First, many of the items are
extremely personal in nature and it was felt that the test might be
considered offensive to some of the participants in the study. The
second reason for rejection was because of the fact that the normative
data were primarily based on college men and college women rather
than on managers.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). - -As was pointed
out in Chapter II, the MBTI was developed in an attempt to ascertain
E.S. Bordin, "Review of the Edwards Personal Prefer-
ence Schedule, " Journal of Consulting Psychology, XXII (1959), 471.
Kleinmuntz, op. cit. , p. 203.
47Ibid. , p. 201.
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