Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Claude E. Thompson
N. H. Garlough
The field of personality is one of the most popular, challenging, important, and confused in present-day psychological studies.
During the psychology’s infancy, the study was neglected by the psychologists and left to the uncontrolled clinical methods of the psychiatrists and psychoanalysis. Finally, study in this field has been undertaken by psychologists possessing scientific method, but too often lacking the orientation to persons as such, which characterizes the clinically trained psychiatrists. It should, therefore, he no surprise to find chaotic conditions ruling the study of the psychology of personality.
Phillips, F. Alec, "Correlations between the Johnson temperament analysis and the Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory based upon 100 male counselees" (1951). Student Work. 327.
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