ASPECTS OF THE AUTONOMOUS PERSONALITY: VII. THE PENSACOLA Z SURVEY.
NAVAL SCHOOL OF AVIATION MEDICINE PENSACOLA FLA
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Among the most critical problems in the measurement of authoritarian tendency is the isolation of distinct sources of variance in the authoritarian syndrome as presently understood. An earlier study reported the construction of the Pensacola Z Scale, which was designed to incorporate as much of the purely personal variance in authoritarianism as possible. However, the Z Scale itself contains at least four distinct sources of variance. The isolation and independent measurement of these sources constitute the problem toward which this study is directed.