The adjustment of eighty correspondence club members as indicated by two adjustment inventories
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Master of Arts (M.A.)
It is the purpose of the present thesis to determine the adjustment of a sampling of correspondence club members. The hypothesis is that the social adjustment of these individuals is inferior to that of the individuals used in two personality inventories. In addition, answers to these questions are sought:
- Is there a common need or problem that motivates these men and women to seek companionship through correspondence agencies?
- What is their age, sex, cultural and geographical background?
- What are the physical qualities and economic status of the members and what qualities and status are they seeking in the members they contact?
Seaquist, Maurice R.. (1951). The adjustment of eighty correspondence club members as indicated by two adjustment inventories. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1163
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