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Personality and performance characteristics associated with cigarette smoking among college freshmen.
  • D. Veldman, O. H. Bown
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1 February 1969
The Bown self-report inventory (SRI): a quick screening instrument for mental health professionals.
Summary The Bown Self-Report Inventory (SRI), a 48-item instrument yielding eight scale scores and a total score, has been presented as a quick-screening mental health instrument. Completion of theExpand
BRIEF REPORT: RELATIONSHIPS OF CIGARETTE SMOKING TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, COGNITIVE ABILITIES, AND ATTITUDES TOWARD AUTHORITY.
Published research has linked cigarette smoking with (1) inferior academic performance, (2) lower quantitative scholastic aptitude, and (3) negative attitude toward authority figures. Using data fromExpand
Mental Health in Teacher Education
The authors are members of the faculty of the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas and give leadership to the research carried on by the Personality Research Center at thatExpand
Verbal-Quantitative Ability and Certain Personality and Metabolic Characteristics of Male College Students
TESTS which purport to differentiate and measure quantitative and verbal abilities of individuals are used extensively in educational and vocational counseling as aids in predicting, among otherExpand
Teachers-to-Be: Extraversion/Introversion and Self-Perceptions
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