A Factor Analysis of Personnel Selection Data: Intra and Inter-Area Relationships of Biochemical, Physiological, Psychological and Anthropometric Measures.
NAVAL MEDICAL FIELD RESEARCH LAB CAMP LEJEUNE NC
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Tests used in routine screening, together with special additional measures, were administered to 120 randomly selected enlisted submarine candidates under carefully controlled conditions. The 362 variables included data from the biochemical, psychological, psychiatric, physiological, anthropometrical, and physical examination fields. Data for the various area studies are appended in sufficient detail to permit additional investigations by interested specialists. These include material on the biochemistry of nervous stability co-relational relationships of the various white blood cells in healthy male adults physical fitness, anthropometric and somatotyping measures two independent scorings of the Rorschach ink-blot test personal interviews given each subject separately by two interviewers, and several psychological tests employed in selection. Author
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