Recent Submissions

  • Longitudinal stability of the primary and secondary dimensions of the 16PF-E 

    Bolton, Brian (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1979)
    Thirty-two clients completed three standard personality inventories at the time of acceptance for rehabilitation services and again six years later. Stability coefficients for the 16 primary scales and eight secondary ...
  • Verbal-quantitative differential as indicator of temperamental differences 

    Schuerger, James M.; Kepner, J.; Lawler, B. (Wichita State University, Dept. 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 ...
  • Constancy and variability of the HSPQ across two Israeli cultures 

    Zak, Itai (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1979)
    The study aimed at investigating the content and pattern of second-order personality factors of the HSPQ across cultures and sex groups in Israel, and the similarity of the obtained pattern to the American normative group. ...
  • The hierarchical factor structure of the WISC-R for reading disabled children 

    Wallbrown, Fred H.; Blaha, John (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1979)
    A Wherry and Wherry (1969) hierarchical factor solution was obtained on WISC-R subtest intercorreations for a sample comprised of 112 reading disabled children. A hierarchical ability arrangement congrument with Vernon's ...