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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 15, Number 2, 1 April 2002

TOWARDS REFLEXIVE SCRUTINY IN REPERTORY GRID METHODOLOGY
pp. 89-94(6)
Author: Neimeyer, Greg J.

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THE EFFECT OF REPERTORY GRID SCALE SIZE AND RATING DIRECTION ON STRUCTURAL MEASURES OF DIFFERENTIATION
pp. 95-107(13)
Authors: Metzler, April E.; Gorden, Hale; Neimeyer, Greg J.

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COMPARING APPLES WITH APPLES: THE IMPORTANCE OF ELEMENT WORDING IN GRID APPLICATIONS
pp. 109-119(11)
Authors: Wright, Robert P.; Lam, Simon S. K.

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USING EXAMPLES IN REPERTORY GRIDS: THE INFLUENCE ON CONSTRUCT ELICITATION
pp. 121-126(6)
Authors: Reeve, Jeanne; Owens, R. Glynn; Neimeyer, Greg J.

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THE EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCT EXAMPLES ON THE CONTENT AND STRUCTURE OF PERSONAL CONSTRUCT SYSTEMS
pp. 127-138(12)
Authors: Neimeyer, Greg J.; Tolliver, Regina

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BOOK REVIEWS
pp. 161-165(5)

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