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Master of Science (MS)
This study was designed to test the responses of a group of juvenile delinquests and a group of normal adolescents to a sentence completion test. The test used was a modified form of Sack's Sentence Completion test in two forms--form A, first person stems and form B, third person stems. The hypothesis to be tested were (1) people project more in the third person, (2) the normal projects more, and (3) there would be no difference in projection on neutral items. The results bear out the three hypothesis. The sex scale, however, was an exception. This may be due to the deficiency of items on this particular scale.
Fazel, Mohammed K., "Guarded and Unguarded Responses to Sentence Completion Tests Among Normal Adolescents and Juvenile Delinquents" (1967). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 5587.
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