THE DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF CAMPUS STUDENT ORGANIZATNS.
Technical rept. no. 5,
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV FORT WORTH INST OF BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH
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Physical and social environmental stimuli which may account for variances in behavior were investigated in order to arrive at a taxonomy of situational variables which will enhance the control and prediction of individual behavior. Questionnaires were administered to 967 university students belonging to 54 different campus organizations and a principal components factor analysis was applied. Results were intercorrelated and analyzed, and it was determined that although the 54 groups were categorized into 6 major divisions without sacrificing homogeneity, a hierarchial profile analysis is needed to corroborate the decision.