A FACTORIAL FACET ANALYSIS OF GOUGH'S SOCIALIZATION SCALE
Five subscales were isolated by factor analysis from Gough and Peterson's (1952) socialization scale. Four of these scales showed improved statistical adequacy and increased theoretical yield when compared with several total scale versions. The four subscales were: Family Stability, Behavioral Control, Relaxed Security and Self-confidence.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1973-01-01
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