Advances in Personality Assessment - Vol. 6

By James N. Butcher; Charles D. Spielberger | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
ABC theory of human emotional disturbance, 49, 63
Abstract reasoning ability of MEDEVACs, 4, 7
Activities, IntQ prediction of, 40-45
Actualization Assessment Battery, 120
Adaptive response to early memories, 83
Adjective Checklist, The, 32
Adjustment of Foreign Service families, 2-3
Adult Irrational Ideas Inventory (AIII), 52, 54-56, 58
Affect (See alsoShame and guilt, assessment of)
in early memories, 71-76
induction procedure, 149-50
proneness, 90-91
Affect in Play Scale, 152
Affective processess in play and creative problem solving, 144-52
Afterthoughts, early memories and, 74-75, 76, 81, 84
Age of alcoholic Foreign Service workers, 6-7
Agitated-hyposomnic dysthymes, 27
AIII, 52, 54-56, 58
Alcoholics
basis of diagnosis of, 6
among Foreign Service workers, 6-8, 11
responses to treatment, prediction from IntQ of, 43
Alternate Uses Test, 143
ANOVA analysis of MEDEVACs, 4-5
Anxiety vs. dynamic integration factor for Foreign Service workers, 8-10
Assessment process, early memories and, 85-86
Associative fluency, play and, 143
Attitudes, early memory recall and present, 73-74

B
Beall Situational Upset Scale for Shame and Guilt Proneness, 94, 95, 104, 105, 108, 110
Beck Depression Inventory, 97, 99, 102-8
Behavioral high-risk paradigm, identification of cyclothymia and, 15-22
Beliefs
irrational (SeeIrrational beliefs, measurement of)
rational, 49
structure, individual differences in, 118
Bell Adjustment Inventory, 58
Binder Shame Proneness Scale, 92-94, 104, 105, 108
Binomial model of disturbance, 18-19

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