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Date of Award
Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
William C. Theimer
First Committee Member
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Larry O. Spreer
Fourth Committee Member
The purpose of this research project was to determine whether junior high school age adolescents and. their fathers could accurately predict mothers' personality traits on the Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis (T-JTA) inventory. The relative accuracy of prediction was also determined for gender and average versus superior intellectual ability of junior high school students.
Hill, Wayne Howard. (1978). The Accuracy Of Interpersonal Perception Of Junior High Age Adolescents And Their Fathers Of Mothers' Personality As Measured By The Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis.. University of the Pacific, Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/3031
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