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Principles of psychological examining; a systematic textbook of applied integrative psychology; Thorne, Frederick Charles, 1909-; Brandon, Vt., Journal of clinical psychology [1955]; Part 1. Theory and process of psychological examining -- Chap. 1. General theory of personality integration -- Chap. 2. The nature of psychological examining -- Chap. 3. Problems of etiology and pathogenicity -- Chap. 4. The nature of diagnosis -- Chap. 5. Diagnostic classifications -- Chap. 6. Life record methods: The indirect examination -- Chap. 7. Introspective reporting and self-ratings -- Chap. 8. Behavior ratings: The direct examination -- Chap. 9. Objective tests and measurements -- Chap. 10. Projective techniques -- Part 2. The study of factors organizing personality integration -- Chap. 11. Constitutional analysis: The biologic calibre of the organism -- Chap. 12. Consciousness and the subconscious -- Chap. 13. Feelings, emotions and temperament -- Chap. 14. The nature of ability -- Chap. 15. The form of thinking: ideological composition -- Chap. 17. Control mechanisms in personality -- Chap. 18. Habit formations -- Chap. 19. Attitudes, sentiments, interests and aversions -- Chap. 20. Situational determinants, group memberships and role playing -- Chap. 21. The style of life -- Chap. 22. Ego functioning and the self -- Chap. 23. Global personality integration

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