Multivariate relationships between motor and personality measures in culturally deprived high school pupils.

@article{Kirkendall1971MultivariateRB,
  title={Multivariate relationships between motor and personality measures in culturally deprived high school pupils.},
  author={Don R. Kirkendall and Joseph J. Gruber},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={1971},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={
          31-8
        }
}
The relationship between personality, as measured by the IPAT-HSPQ, and certain motor performance variables was studied by utilizing the multivariate technique of canonical correlation. Ss for the study were 91 culturally deprived high school students who were achieving well below their expected capacity. A significant canonical relationship was not found between the domains of personality and motor performance. Also, no significant relationships between motor sub-domains and personality were… 

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