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    • A discriminant function for diagnosing depressives with selected source trait factor measures from the O-A kit 

      Patrick, S. V.; Cattell, Raymond B. (Raymond Bernard), 1905-1998; Price, P. L.; Campbell, J. F. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1981)
      Thirty-one depressives and 30 normals were administered the subtests of the O-A battery used for measuring the objective source traits of Independence (U.I. 19), Evasiveness (U.I. 20), Realism (U.I. 25), and Somindence ...
    • Bridges the gap between correlation coefficient and client general expectancy tables 

      Schyerger, J. M.; Emerson, P. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1981)
      Readers are reminded of a "universal expectancy table" developed by Schrader from properties of the bivariate normal distribution. The authors point out some practical utilities of this table in training clinical practitioners ...
    • Dimensions of the community-oriented programs environment scales (COPES): A hypothesis-testing factor analysis 

      Schwartz, S. A. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1981)
      In presenting his Community-Oriented Programs Environment Scale (COPES), Moos (1972) has suggested that the ten scales in the inventory may be conceptualized as measuring three broad dimensions; i.e., Relationship, Treatment ...
    • Sex-role and need configuration 

      Batlis, N.; Small, A.; Erdwins, C.; Gross, R. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1981)
      This study examined configurations of needs for various sex-rile typologies. 134 undergraduates completed the BSRI and the Adjective Check List. Based upon median splits of the Masculine and Feminine scales, subjects were ...