Measuring Personal and Social Adjustments
by J. Wayne Wrightstone - 1934
The recent publication of several tests designed to measure personal and social adjustments has elicited interest and aroused also a certain skepticism about the use of such tests for practical purposes. Two such tests—Student Questionnaire and Character Sketches—have been used in a recent study of the relative effectiveness of the guidance and adjustment programs of newer-type and conventional secondary schools. The parallel use of these two tests with the same pupils permitted the comparisons and analyses drawn in this study.
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