Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. William H. Thompson
The problem of this study is to determine whether or not persons with significantly high aesthetic interests as measured by the Kuder Preference Record are more likely to be maladjusted vocationally as defined in this study than are persons selected from a critarion population without consideration of their aesthetic interests.
Nelson, Zelda A., "A study of the relationship of aesthetic interests to vocational maladjustment" (1951). Student Work. 1392.
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A Study of The Relationship of Aesthetic Interests to Vocational Maladjustment In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts Department of Psychology University of Omaha. Copyright 1951, Zelda L. Nelson.