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ERIC Number: ED038688
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct
Pages: 26
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A Preliminary Report of Expressed Values of Students.
Dyer, Prudence
Few ways have been developed for effectively recording and analyzing values held by individuals, groups, and schools. The investigator sought to devise a rapid, valid, and reliable way to record and classify values expressed by students and schools. She hoped to avoid weaknesses inherent in the customary paper and pencil tests with their limitations on pupils of low verbal skills and the possibilities that some pupils may fake on psychological tests and inventories. This research used compositions produced in normal classroom situations and utilized trained assistants to record and classify those values expressed. The values recorded on the Rubric for Expressed Values (REV) showed substantial correlation with values assessed on the Differential Values Inventory (DVI) developed by Prince in 1957; yet indications were present that the two instruments did indeed assess values structure somewhat differently. (Author)
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Authoring Institution: Drake Univ., Des Moines, IA. Coll. of Education.