CHAPTER 1 – Criteria for Scale Selection and Evaluation

@inproceedings{Robinson1991CHAPTER1,
  title={CHAPTER 1 – Criteria for Scale Selection and Evaluation},
  author={J. Robinson and P. Shaver and L. Wrightsman},
  year={1991}
}
The original idea for this handbook of attitude and personality measures came from Robert Lane, a political scientist at Yale University. Like most social scientists, Lane found it difficult to keep up with the proliferation of social attitude measures. In the summer of 1958, he attempted to pull together a broad range of scales that would be of interest to researchers in the field of political behavior. Subsequently, this work was continued and expanded at the Survey Research Center of the… Expand
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