The relation involving personality variables, problem relevance, rationality, and anxiousness among college women
Examination of Eysenck's personality variables showed that college women with more self-rated relevant problems were more neurotic. ANOVA revealed that high and low neurotics and extraverts became more irrational and increased in anxiety as problem relevance increased. Extraverts were more irrational on very relevant problems, while introverts reported more anxiety on middle and low relevant problems. The clinical usefulness of personality in assessment of emotional disturbance in rational-emotive therapy is discussed. © 1982 Plenum Publishing Corporation.
Cognitive Therapy and Research
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Morelli, George; Andrews, Lori; and Morelli, Ruth, "The relation involving personality variables, problem relevance, rationality, and anxiousness among college women" (1982). Kean Publications. 2868.