Personality Measurement

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REFERENCES
It would be pointless for us to give here all references on personality measurement. Therefore, the following list is restricted to the sources found most useful in the preparation of this volume. However, a few which expand, emphasize, or disagree with some point made in the text are also included.
ADAMS C. R. "A new measure of personality". F. appl. Psychol., 1941, 25, 141-151.
ADAMS C. R. Manual of Directions for Using and Interpreting the Personal Audit. Chicago: Science Research Associates, 1945. Pp. 16.
ALLPORT G. W. "A test for ascendance-submission". F. abnorm. soc. Psychol., 1928, 23, 118-136.
ALLPORT G. W. Personality: At Psychological Interpretation. New York: Henry Holt and Company, Inc., 1928. Pp. 588.
ALLPORT G. W. "The neurotic personality and traits of self-expression". F. soc. Psychol., 1930, 1, 524-527.
ANASTASI A., and FOLey J. P., JR. Differential Psychology. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1949. Pp. xv + 894.
BALL R. J. "The general emotionality of the prisoner". F. appL. PsychoL., 1931, 15, 436-461.
BALLIN M. R., and FARNSWORTH P. R. "A graphic rating method for determining the scale values of statements in measuring social attitudes". F. soc. PsychoL., 1941, 13, 323-327.
BARKER R., DEMBO T., and LEWIN K. "Frustration and regression: An experiment with young children". Univ. Ia. Stud. Child Welf., 1941, 18, No. 1.
BELL H. M. The Theory and Practice of Personal Counseling. Stanford University, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1939. Pp. v + 167.
BELL J. E. Projective Techniques. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., Inc., 1948. Pp. xvi + 533.
BERNREUTER R. G. "The measurement of self-sufficiency". F. abnorm, soc. PsychoL, 1933, 28, 291-300.
BERNREUTER R. G. "The theory and construction of the personality inventory". F. soc. Psychol., 1933, 4, 387-405.
BERNREUTER R. G. "The validity of the personality inventory". Person. F., 1933, 11, 383-386.
BERNREUTER R. G. "The imbrication of tests of introversion-extroversion and neurotic tendency". F. soc. PsychoL, 1934, 5, 184-201.
BEYLE H. C. "A scale for the measurement of attitude toward candidates for elective governmental office". Amer. poL Sci. Rev., 1932, 26, 527-544.
BRAY C. W. Psychology and Military Effciency. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 1948. Pp. xviii + 242.

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