An Experimental Comparison of Statistical and Case History Methods of Attitude Research

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Samuel Stouffer

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Besides his obligation to many other faculty members and graduate students, the writer is under a particularly deep indebtedness to his teacher, Professor Ellsworth Faris, whose criticisms of attitude research encouraged the present study and kept it from going off the track even more times than future research may prove it to have done.

  1. "The Problem and Its Outcome." 
  2. "Reliability of the attitude test scores."
  3. "Reliability of the case history ratings."
  4. "Other Checks on the Degree of Agreement Shown Between the Test Scores and Case History Ratings."
  5. "Implication of this study for research on the theory of attitudes." 


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