P-technique demonstrated in determining psychophysiological source traits in a normal individual Abstract P-technique, a method employing intra-individual correlation, is tried out for the first time. As part of the general design it uses some variables the same as those in a coordinated R-technique study and a second, parallel P-technique study with a clinical case. Definite factors are obtained among the psychological and physiological variables, which can be mutually matched. One is a fatigue factor, but the rest are general personality factors readily identifiable with those obtained in past R-technique researches. References
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