Rotter Incomplete Sentences Blank

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A sentence completion test designed to measure psychological adjustment, available in three forms (high school, college, and adult), each consisting of 40 truncated sentences, such as I hate … ; The best … ; and Most girls. …  It is scored for conflict, positive responses, and neutral responses, from which an overall adjustment score is calculated. RISB abbrev. [Named after the US psychologist Julian B(ernard) Rotter (born 1916) who published the earliest version of it in the journal American Psychologist in 1946 and, with two colleagues, issued a revised version commercially in 1992]

Subjects: Psychology.

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