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ERIC Number: ED147312
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Externally Mediated Self-Confrontation: The Influence of the Personality in Perception and Evaluation of Subject-Object Relations. Educational and Psychological Interactions Bulletin No. 52.
In a self-confrontation experiment student teachers were put through an extensive test battery containing personality tests, cognitive tests, and attitude tests. An analysis is presented of the influence of personality on the student teachers' perception and evaluation during confrontation with their own video-recorded micro-lessons. Using a number of multi-variate models for data analysis, prediction problems and relations between the content of different groups of variables were studied. Results showed that student teachers' self-perception can best be predicted by personality variables that define an extroversion syndrome, social plasticity, and child centeredness. Student teachers' self-evaluation can best be predicted by means of personality variables defining a syndrome consisting of a mixture of emotionality and sensitivity variables. (Author/MV)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: School of Education, Malmo (Sweden). Dept. of Educational and Psychological Research.
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