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Master of Science (MS)
This research was designed to investigate the relationships between intelligence, personality variables, and creativity. Forty-three males and twenty-seven females in general psychology classes at Fort Hays State College served as subjects. The Otis Quick-Scoring Mental Ability Test, the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, and Guilford's Southern California Tests of Intellectual Abilities were administered. Correlations were computed between all variables. Data analysis revealed that a positive correlation exists between intelligence and creativity with little difference in the magnitude of correlations between males and females. Hypochondriasis and Hysteria correlated positively with creativity. Several of Guilford's sub-tests were found to correlate significantly with various personality variables. Sex differences on the creativity tests were found to be insignificant.
Hinzman, John Lewis, "A Correlational Study of MMPI Nonaptitude Traits and Guilford's Southern California Tests of Intellectual Abilities" (1965). Master's Theses. 922.
© 1965 John Lewis Hinzman