Personality Measurement

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INDEX
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Ability and interest, 31-32
Academic success, 53-54 predicted from occupational scales, 53 and Rorschach test responses, 352- 353
Accountants differentiated from other groups, 63
Achievement level, 400-404
Activity, autonomic, 397 general, 200
Activity drive, 207
Activity level, 410-417
Activity ratings, 410-417
Adams, C. R., 184-191
Adjustment, diagnostic approaches to, 227-243 general, measurement of, 349- 350 marital (see Marital adjustment) prognostic approaches to, 244- 287 and Rorschach test responses, 349- 350, 352-355 social, measurement of, 192-198, 228- 233
Adjustment inventory, 228-233 content of, 229 criterion groups for, 231-233 development of, 229-230 item analysis of, 230 mean scores of students on, 233 number of items in, 230 and other personality tests, 232 reliability of, 231 scoring of, 230 traits measured by, 230 validity of, 231-233
Affective discrepancy, measurement of, 401
Age, and intercourse, 275 and interest, 42-43 and interest maturity, 42-43 and marital happiness, 268 and masculinity-femininity, 46 and psychosexual development, 297- 302 and success, 358
Agreeableness, measurement of, 199- 200, 208-209
Allison Division of General Motors, rating scale used by, 289
Allport, F. H., 153-156
Allport, G. W., 15, 153-156, 212-217
Allport-Vernon Study of Values (see Study of Values)
Ambiguity, criterion of, 96
Analysis, statistical, 26-27
Aptitude and interest, 31-32
Aptitude Index, 8, 280-286 development of, 283-285 scoring of, 284 validity of, 285-286
Architect interest scale, norms for, 36
Artists differentiated from other groups, 62
Ascendance-submission (A-S), 153-156, 173-178, 200, 207-208
A-S Reaction Study, 153-156 development of, 154-155 directions for, 154 rating of subjects for, 154-155 reliability of, 155 validity of, 155-156
Aspiration level, measurement of, 400- 404
Assessment procedures, 378-384
Attainment discrepancy score, 401

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