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Chamorros and Carolinians of Saipan

Personality Studies

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$65.00 • €48.00

ISBN 9780674863927

Publication Date: 01/01/1951

381 pages

14 halftones

World

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This book—the first extensive personality study of Micronesian peoples reports on Saipanese life, past and present, and on the most important problems of the people of Saipan as seen from a psychological point of view. It includes a wealth of data revealed by means of physical examinations and psychological tests—the Grace Arthur Point Performance Scale, the Porteus Maze test, the Bender Gestalt test, and the Rorschach test—together with an analysis of the Bender Gestalt Test by Dr. Lauretta Bender.

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