The Objective Measurement of Attitude Motivation: Development and Evaluation of Principles and Devices1


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    This study was supported in part by the United States Air Force under Contract AF 33 (038)-25726, monitored by the Commanding Officer, Personnel Research Laboratory, AF Personnel and Training Research Center, Lackland AF Base, San Antonio, Texas Permission is granted for reproduction, translation, publication, and use of disposal in whole or in part by or for the United States government The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Air Force The writers wish to express their indebtedness to Dr Lloyd Humphreys and A Carp for insuring the considerable amount of subject time necessary for the success of this study Both the group and individual test administration owe much to the skill and patience of Maurice Chorness and his airman assistants, as well as to Theodore Husek, Michael Day, and Nicholas Moutis We also wish to express our gratitude to Col H D Davidson and Professor L. H Lamer for organizational help, and to the latter especially for many editorial improvements