An analysis of the Cattell-Luborsky Humor Test into homogeneous scales


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Abstract

“The following conclusions are drawn from this study: 1. An analysis of both Form A and Form B of the Cattell-Luborsky Humor Test by a recently proposed cluster method has resulted in the development of seven scales which appear to be superior, at least statistically, to the scales previously derived for this test. 2. The apparent content of each of the seven scales has been briefly described and related to other factors and scales. 3. The analysis of reactions to humor stimuli does seem to provide a potentially effective and subtle means for the measurement of personality; however, validation is necessary.” (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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