A CONTENT ANALYSIS SCALING METHOD FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF PERSON-ENVIRONMENT INCONGRUENCE
A schema of situational definitions was developed from constructivist psychology and phenomenological sociology and used in the construction of a content analysis scale for the measurement of person-environment incongruence. The scale measures incongruence between personal and social resources at subordinate and super ordinate levels. The reliability and validity of the Person-Environment Incongruence Scale were examined in a study of students' transition to university.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1993-01-01
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