Recent Submissions

  • ROTOPLOT II: A program for visually guided graphical rotation with Procrustes and congruence coefficients 

    Burdsal, Charles A. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1977)
    An improved version of ROTOPLOT, ROTOPLOT II, was presented in this article. ROTOPLOT described a computer assisted strategy enable one to perform visually guided graphical rotations upon pairwise combinations of factors. ...
  • An experimental alteration of motivation levels in adolescents 

    Krug, Samuel E. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1977)
    Two experiments were carried out within the framework of Cattell's motivation theory. Results demonstrated that dynamic trait factors, each of which encompasses a wide spectrum of specific attitudes, are functionally unitary ...
  • Interface of Alston's conceptual analysis of trait theory and Cattell's multi-trait theory of personality 

    Buss, A. R. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1977)
    In a recent series of papers and articles, W.P. Alston has taken a close look at the conceptual structure of the term "trait." In applying Alston's conceptual distinctions to the substantive multi-trait theory of R.B. ...
  • Evidence for the 16PF primary and secondary factors 

    Bolton, Brian (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1977)
    Brief reviews of the published factorial studies of the 16PF suggest that the evidence is divided regarding the existence of the 16 primary factors. There is considerable convergence at the secondary level, however. In the ...
  • Canonical analysis of a jangle fallacy 

    Dean, R. S. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1977)
    This study assessed the degree of redundancy between the WISC-R and the PIAT using a canonical correlation analysis. The test scores for 205 children yielded two significant canonical correlations. Taken together, these ...