Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
William Hertzog Thompson
Francis M. Hurst
William E. Jaynes
The study of leadership and its relationship to other psychological dimensions has been and continues to be a lively research topic in the field of psychology. The study of leadership raises many important questions that, ultimately, can only be properly answered by controlled experimentation. Who will become a leader? Under what circumstances will he lead? What are the psychological dimensions most commonly related to leadership? What is leadership? Can we train leaders? These questions and many others serve as a continuous challenge to researchers In psychology as well as related disciplines. The Importance of leadership to day was
Mourer, Stephen Alan, "A statistical analysis of the relations between interpersonal perception and adjustment in leaders" (1959). Student Work. 233.
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