Relationship of consistency in self-perception to judgement confidence
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This stuay is an investigation of interrelationships between consistency in self-perception and ju4gment confidence. Consistency in self-perception is defined as a oerrelation between two Q-sorts and is conceptualized as stability of self-perception over time as a function of the self-regarding attitude. Judgment confidence is an aspect of self-confidence which is also associated with the self-regarding attitude. Judgement confidence is defined as certainty expressed in judging criminality from photographic material. The general purpose of this investigation is to test the hypothesis that consistency in self-perception is positively related to judgment confidence. The relationship is assumed to be dependent upon the self-regarding attitude.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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