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Level of aspiration and some criteria of adjustment in an aged population
The Problem: Recent increases in the number of senescents in the general population and concomitant increases in the number of medical and social problems among this age group (Greenleigh, 1952), have produced an urgent ...
Anxiety as a determinant of differential responsivity to reward and punishment
Reward and punishment have been studied in the laboratory for their relative effects on learning processes and on perceptual processes they have been studied in the classroom for their relative effects on learning and ...
The relationship of leveling-sharpening cognitive controls and manifest anxiety to the accuracy of visual size judgments
INTRODUCTION The Problem Cognitive controls are important for the understanding of perceptual, motivational, and other personality processes is a set of variables which have been variously termed cognitive controls(55, ...
Determination of relationships between distributions of stimuli and distributions of judgments under instructions of differing specificity
INTRODUCTION: Basic to the judging process is the relating of a given item to a group of items* The simpler case of judging is one in which an item is compared with another which is simultaneously present while the more ...
The relationship between flilcker fusion measurements and anxiety level
INTRODUCTION AND STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The need for reliable, quantitative and sensitive measures of personality variables and the promise of sensory threshold determinations for such use prompted, the present investigation. ...