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Date of Award


Document Type

Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted

Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)



First Advisor

William C. Theimer

First Committee Member

Kenneth Beauchamp

Second Committee Member

Helmut Riemer

Third Committee Member

Larry O. Spreer

Fourth Committee Member

Sandra Anselmo


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.



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