Recent Submissions

  • Personality profile comparison between cancer patients and other disease groups 

    Butler, Joel; Lawlis, G. Frank; Regelson, William; Bristow, Opal V. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1982)
    This research was designed to measure personality dimensions of cancer patients on an objective instrument, and to make comparisons both within the sample as well as to other disease groups. The Cattell Sixteen Personality ...
  • Regression over regression: Or fixations about regression analysis 

    Peek, Leon A.; Lawlis, G. Frank (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1982)
    Some of the problems in dealing with regression analysis are described from the psychostatistics analytical viewpoint. A case study and a brief history antecede the covering of these fixations of regression: stepwise is ...
  • Sex-roles and dyadic uniqueness in parent-child personality trait relationships 

    Cattell, Heather E. P. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1982)
    Parent-child personality trait intercorrelations were examined in 127 intact, middle-class, Caucasian families (393 children: 162 females and 231 males between ages 6 and 22), using the age-appropriate test in the Sixteen ...
  • On the multidimensional structure of personality: An improved definition 

    Zak, Itai (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1982)
    A mapping sentence is provided for defining the universe of observations of personality. Data on the 16PF questionnaire, derived from American and Israeli student samples on data on a combined administration of the 16PF, ...