ATTITUDES OF TROOPS IN THE TROPICS. VOLUME TWO. METHODOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS.
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The final methodological considerations and conclusions relating to the development of new attitude measuring techniques are presented. 2160 U. S. troops stationed in Panama, Hawaii and Okinawa participated in this study as subjects. Complementary objective and projective techniques were compared and contrasted for their efficacy in assessing the attitudes of tropical troops towards items of Quartermaster issue and situations relating to tropical military service. A novel dimensionalizing technique was developed for attitude assessment. A method for evaluating response validity by way of a Respondent Consistency Check in the Objective attitude measuring instrument was developed and tested. Author