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The relationship of personality factors to conceived values in university male students Butt, Dorcas Susan

Abstract

The relationship of personality factors to expressed preferences for values is investigated in this study. The data includes results from Charles Morris’ "Ways to Live Questionnaire" and R. B. Cattell's "Sixteen Personality Factors Questionnaire, Form A"; which were administered to a random sample of 201 undergraduate university men. The hypothesis that personality factors are significantly related to the choice of values is supported and the personality trends of those who like each value are speculated upon. The statistical results as well as the interpretation of the relationships in this study tend to conflict with and refute those reported by Morris in 1956.

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