Some Aspects of Self-Insight
by Robert W. Shaw - 1932
As a study representative of the present interest in character research, this investigation has been concerned with the problem of self-insight. It has measured the accuracy of the self-estimate of a group of 270 normal school students in a wide variety of situations, academic and social, for the purpose of discovering to what degree self-insight in one field is related to self-insight in other fields and to seek out any meaning or significance which may reside in the accuracy or bias of these self-judgments.
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