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CATTELL been investigated and incorporated into objective tests in exploring their relation to personality dimensions. I. I. I. I. I. 2 8 , and other factors; and so on through the response styles. Most of the tendency to self-derogation ("social undesirability") is an inherent part of the expression of anxiety and only a fraction of the variance seems due to situational roles producing motivational distortion effects. T h a t this pattern cannot be due to a role is shown by the very high correlations of QII with objective and even physiological measures of anxiety.
What the clinician would call "characterological anxiety," or alternatively, portray the pattern of a person's temporary level on an 2. ANXIETY & MOTIVATION: THEORY & EXPERIMENTS 35 emotional state? T h e answer, to the extent of telling us whether the state has any resemblance to the R-technique result, comes from P - and d-Rtechnique studies and is summarized in Table IV. I. 19) « Cattel and Scheier (1961). Questionnaire factor loadings are the means for two studies. Nesselroade and Cattell (1963).
I. 19) « Cattel and Scheier (1961). Questionnaire factor loadings are the means for two studies. Nesselroade and Cattell (1963). <* Cattell (1957). Low-loading, but highest in matrix; hence included but in parentheses. & c e 36 RAYMOND B. CATTELL blance to what we have hitherto considered the trait (R-technique) pattern. As we now look at these patterns in a more sophisticated manner, the suspicion naturally arises that this resemblance could be due to the R-technique pattern itself being due to nothing but a snapshot of a state.