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Master of Science (MS)
Elwin C. Nielsen
The present study attempted to investigate the relationship between a subject's degree of dogmatism and his attitudes towards the different theoretical positions held by B. F. Skinner and Carl Rogers regarding the control of man. This study utilized selective retention as an indicator of subjects' attitudes. No significant difference was found between Skinner's and Rogers' on their retention of high, medium, and low dogmatism groups. There was also a non-significant correlation between subjects' scores on the retention of Sinner's and Rogers' concept and subjects' dogmatism scores.
Carpenter, Richard A., "The Relationship between a Measure of Dogmatism and Retention of Rogerian and Skinnerian Concepts" (1975). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 5701.
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