Response duration as a measure of ambivalent response tendencies1


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    This study is based upon a thesis submitted to the Department of Psychology and the Committee on Graduate Study of Stanford University in partial fulfillment of at requirement for the degree of Master of Arts The study was conducted at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Palo Alto The author wishes to express his sincere thanks to Paul McReynolds for his guidance and encouragement, and also to Glen Brackbill, Rudi Renter, and the student nurses for their cooperation in obtaining the ratings for this study