A Personality Comparison of Students Born in the Mormon Church and Those Who Have Been Converted
The study of personality and its many facets is one of several significant areas in the field of psychology, which is being studied in detail. Personality, as a construct, is not often well defined and less often well understood, since it is a composite of such varied factors as perception, motivation, learning, culture and so on. Because of this present lack of clarity it must and will be discussed, written about, and experimented with until a clear, operant definition, acceptable to psychology, has been devised.
College and Department
Family, Home, and Social Sciences; Psychology
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Smith, Grant Broadbent, "A Personality Comparison of Students Born in the Mormon Church and Those Who Have Been Converted" (1958). Theses and Dissertations. 5118.
Mormon converts, Brigham Young University, Students