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    • A cross-cultural factorial study of an academic interest inventory 

      Snyder, Conrad W., Jr.; Baggaley, Andrew R.; Ziyane, Masotsha Joel (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1980)
      An academic interest inventory was factor analyzed in three samples: an American senior high school group, an American college freshman group, and a Swazi (African) senior high school group. Five factors were identified ...
    • A factor analytic reexamination of two popular surveys of mental health attitudes 

      Wahl, O. F.; Zastowny, T. R.; Briggs, David (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1980)
      The Custodial Mental Illness Idology Scale (CMI) and the Opinions About Mental Illness Scale (OMI) were completed by 268 members of two community volunteer organizations in upstate New York. Responses to each instrument ...
    • Can P-technique diagnosis be practicably shortened?: Some proposals and a test of a 50-day abridgment 

      Cattell, Raymond B. (Raymond Bernard), 1905-1998; Cattell, Heather Birkett (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1980)
      The remarkable neglect by clinicians of the only positive comprehensive technique for determining unique dynamic structure is traced to an educational schism, excessive time demand, and lack of clinic-computer hook-ups. ...
    • Dimensions of adjustment for American settlers in Melbourne, Australia 

      Bardo, John W.; Bardo, Deborah J. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1980)
      A general sample of adult American settlers in Melbourne, Australia, (N = 116) was administered a questionnaire containing life satisfaction items and a personal data section. One section of this questionnaire contained a ...