Date of Award
Master of Arts
It was the purpose ot this study to determine, by means of two different objective personality inventories, what significant differences, it any, exist in certain specific areas of personality adjustment between an experimental group of twenty-tour crippled children and an equated, non-crippled control group. The areas of personality integration studied were social maladjustment, personal inferiority, family maladjustment, insecurity, irritability, and daydreaming.
Plackis, James Gustav, "A comparative investigation of personality characteristics among crippled and non-crippled children" (1951). Master's Theses. 909.