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Edwards, A (1962).
Social desirability and expected means on MMPI scales
Educational & Psychological Measurement, 22(1):71 --76.

Edwards, A and Diers, CJ (1962).
Social desirability and the factorial interpretation of the MMPI
Educational & Psychological Measurement, 22(3):501 --509.

Edwards, A and Diers, CJ (1962).
Social desirability and conflict
Journal of Social Psychology, 58(2):349 --356.

Edwards, A and Heathers, LB (1962).
The first factor of the MMPI: Social desirability or ego strength?
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(1):99 --100.

Edwards, A and Walker, JN (1962).
Relationship between probability of item endorsement and social desirability scale value for high and low groups on Edwards' SD scale
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 64(6):458 --460.

Edwards, A, Diers, CJ, and Walker, JN (1962).
Response sets and factor loadings on sixty-one personality scales
Journal of Applied Psychology, 46:220 --225.

Edwards, AL, Messick, S, and Ross, J (1962).
The social desirability hypothesis: theoretical implications for personality measurement
In: Measurement in personality and cognition, Wiley, New York.

Eichman, WJ (1962).
Factored scales for the MMPI: a clinical and statistical manual
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18(4):363 --395.

Ekman, P, Friesen, W, and Lutzker, D (1962).
Psychological reactions to infantry basic training
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(1):103 --104.

Elliott, L (1962).
Effects of item construction and respondent aptitude on response acquiescence
Educational & Psychological Measurement, 21:405 --415.

Endler, NS, Hunt, J, and Rosenstein, A (1962).
An S-R inventory of anxiousness
Psychological Monographs, 76(17 (Whole No. 536)):33.

Eysenck, H (1962).
Response set, authoritarianism and personality questionnaires
British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 1(1):20 --24.

Faroqu, M (1962).
Decision-time in relation to personality
Journal of Psychology Research Madras, 6(2):78 --80.

Feingold, B, Gorman, F, Singer, M, and Schlesinger, K (1962).
Psychological studies of allergic women: the relation between skin reactivity and personality
Psychosomatic Medicine, 24(2):195 --202.

Feldhusen, JF and Klausmeier, H (1962).
Anxiety, intelligence, and achievement in children of low, average, and high intelligence
Child Development, 33(2):403 --409.

Fiddleman, PB (1962).
The prediction of behavior under Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)
PhD thesis, U. North Carolina.

Figura, C (1962).
Validity of the Beall-Panton MMPI index of "escapism" in a state training school population
PhD thesis, Loyola University.

Fiorica, V and Muehl, S (1962).
Relationship between plasma levels of 17-hydroxycorticosteroids (17-OH-CS) and a psychological measure of manifest anxiety
Psychosomatic Medicine, 24(6):596 --599.

Fiorini, G (1962).
The MMPI profile in the course of electroconvulsive therapy
I Lavoro Neuropsichiatrico, 19:478 --480.

Fisher, G and Parsons, T (1962).
The performance of male prisoners on the Marlowe-Crowne social desirability scale
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18(2):140 --141.

Fort, G (1962).
An actuarial identification of characteristics which discriminate among certain specified student subgroups enrolled in a midwestern land grant college during a recent six year period
PhD thesis, University of Minnesota.

Fosse, J (1962).
The prediction of teaching effectiveness: an investigation of the relationships among high school band contest ratings, teacher characteristics, and school environmental factors.
PhD thesis, Northwestern University.

Frolich, WD and Wiskandt, M (1962).
An investigation of the possible relationship of age and performance on personality inventories. [German]
Vita Humana, Basel, 5 (3):167 --176.

Garetz, F and Tierney, R (1962).
Personality variables in army officer candidates
Military Medicine, 127:669 --672.

Gauron, E, Severson, R, and Englehart, R (1962).
MMPI F scores and psychiatric diagnosis
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(5):488.

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