TITLE

THE ADJUSTMENT PROBLEMS OF COLLEGE FRESHMEN AND CONTRIBUTORY FACTORS

AUTHOR(S)
Emme, Earle E.
PUB. DATE
February 1936
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Psychology;
SOURCE TYPE
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article investigates the types of adjustment college freshmen are making on campus. The primary standardized test used included the American Council Psychological Examination, the Thurstone Personality Schedule and Sim's Socioeconomic Status, Form C. The criteria for selecting the 25 limited case studies are intelligence, neurotic tendency and socioeconomic status. Adjustment problems in the use of the library include disturbances caused by students, difficulties in finding books and magazines, and the need for night study hours.
ACCESSION #
24682754

 

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