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    • A preliminary comparison of selected PRF and DPQ scales 

      Loucks, Sandra; Glass, Scott; Burstein, Alvin G. (Alvin George), 1931- (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1993)
      Seven pairs of personality scales were selected from Tellegen's differential Personality Questionnaire (DPQ) and Jackson's Personality Research Form (PRF) on the basis of similar or opposite scale definitions. It was ...
    • Discriminating between rejectors, premature terminators, short-term successes, and long-term continuers using 16 PF scores 

      Williams, Katharine B.; Wallbrown, Fred H. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1993)
      A multiple discriminant function analysis was performed to determine what, if any, personality differences can be identified for clients who refuse counseling, terminate prematurely, attain their goals in short-term ...
    • Positive assortment on personality in older couples 

      Delaney, Mary E.; Nesselroade, John R. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1993)
      Marital dyads have manifested similar personality traits on the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF). To extend these findings to older adults, the 16PF was administered to 43 elderly couples, and husband-and-wife ...
    • Retest reliability of 16 PF-E 

      Bolton, Brian, 1939- (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1993)
      Retest reliability coefficients with a one week interval for the 16 primary and 5 secondary scales of 16 PF-E were calculated for a sample of 100 rehabilitation clients. The primary scale reliabilities ranged from .43 to ...