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    • Jungian types from Cattellian variables 

      Croom, William C.; Wallace, Jeffrey M.; Schuerger, James M. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1989)
      Regression equations were developed to predict Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) scores from the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) scores. The equations were derived from intercorrelations given in the ...
    • Personality, motivation, and Holland type in a private-practice sample 

      Witt, Anita C.; Schuerger, James M. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1994)
      Variations in personality and motivational patterns among Holland types were investigated. Motive was measured by the Motivational Analysis Test (MAT), personality by the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF), ...
    • The addition of personality measures to ability measures for predicting and understanding school achievement 

      Watterson, David G.; Schuerger, James M.; Melnyk, George I. (Wichita State University, Department. of Psychology, 1976)
      This study attempts to validate the findings of previous research predicting academic achievement from intelligence measures with the addition of objective personality factors. Regression analysis was used to affirm: (a) ...
    • Verbal-quantitative differential as indicator of temperamental differences 

      Schuerger, James M.; Kepner, J.; Lawler, B. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1979)
      With verbal and quantitative scores commonly available, the correlation of the difference between these two ability scores (VQDF) and temperamental differences would be of interest to clinicians and researchers. Previous ...