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Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)



First Advisor

Leonard P. Campos

First Committee Member

Richard B. Ross

Second Committee Member

Edward W. Pohlman


For many years psychologists have been interested in studying methods by which it is possible to assess the presence and strengths of needs (drives) within the human being. In particular, is has long been felt that the needs of an individual are expressed in his daydreams or fantasies. The purpose of the present study was, then, to investigate empirically the relationship between reported daydreaming behavior and manifest needs.



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