DIMENSIONS OF STIMULUS SITUATIONS WHICH ACCOUNT FOR BEHAVIOR VARIANCE.
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TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV FORT WORTH INST OF BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH
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The broad objective of the program involves the identification, quantification, and taxonomic classification of environmental variables, social and physical, that account for variance in behavior. Two related objectives include a analysis of stress mechanisms and environmental stress in this broad framework, and b a study of employment factors and conditions on attitudes of psychologists. Research progress is reported.