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Date of Award

1976

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Department

Psychology

Abstract

Effective methods of selecting dormitory counselors are needed. Evaluation of such a selection process calls for determining if the selection procedure employed is sorting the applicant pool effectively and if the procedure is successful in distinguishing students who will be the most successful dormitory counselors. Are those selected as dormitory counselors better than those rejected in the selection procedure?

Does a selection procedure for dormitory counselors which utilizes individual and group interviews effectively discriminate against the most successful dormitory counselors available in the applicant pool? Counselor success was to have been distinguished through the use of a profile of successful counselors developed using the California Psychological Inventory (CPI).

Pages

67

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Psychology Commons

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