A Note on Self-Reported Behavioral Correlates of Resistance to Interference.The Journal of Genetic Psychology: Research and Theory on Human Development
AbstractResults of a study with college students who were administered the MMPI and the Stroop Color-Word Test support (a) the hypothesis that persons high in resistance to interference are more self-confident in dealing with complex situations and (b) the view that resistance to interference is a dimension closely related to a person's day-to-day coping strategies and may be useful for explaining individual differences in behavior.
Citation InformationCharles J. Golden and Ellen E. Golden. "A Note on Self-Reported Behavioral Correlates of Resistance to Interference." The Journal of Genetic Psychology: Research and Theory on Human Development Vol. 128 Iss. 2 (1976) p. 299 - 300 ISSN: 0022-1325
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