D M Eshbaugh

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An exploratory study into the factor structure of the Personal Beliefs Inventory (PBI) was conducted. The Wherry-Wherry hierarchical factor analysis was employed to analyze the 60 X 60 intercorrelation matrix of PBI items. The hierarchical solution revealed a general PBI factor structure that implies low self-worth, an attitude consistent with Ellis's(More)
The assumption that alcoholics form a homogeneous population has been found to be questionable. Recent research has been done to empirically define possible personality subtypes of alcoholics. This study extended the typological work done previously by Goldstein and Linden (1969a) and Whitelock, Overall, and Patrick (1971). They each found four alcoholic(More)
This study examined the heterogeneity of a female drug dependent sample, with respect to personality and symptomatology. The sample of (n = 178 was tested with the MMPI. These data were analyzed by Johnson's (1967) hierarchical clustering procedure-maximum method in an effort to group the profiles into separate relatively homogeneous clusters that are(More)
The MMPI profiles of 184 male felons who were residing in a correctional halfway house setting were cluster analyzed using S. Johnson's (1967) method to empirically identify different personality types. The samples ranged in age from 19 to 60 years and included three legal status groups: state parole, federal pre-release, and state furlough. Eight MMPI(More)
Examined the effects of a training program for counselors and therapists based upon configurations of (a) systematic human relations training; (b) cognitive restructuring of counselor beliefs; and (c) systematic performance feedback. Criterion measures consisted of post vs. pre-gain scores on selected scales of the Personal Orientation Inventory and the(More)
This study replicated Types I and II of Berzins, Ross, English and Haley's (1974) initial typological research with a drug dependent sample. In this research, Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) profiles of 447 drug dependent men were submitted to Johnson's (1967) hierarchical clustering procedure. The hierarchical clustering procedure(More)
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