The University of New Mexico, through its personnel department, has, for three years, made use of the Bell Adjustment Inventory as an instrument for rating the personality adjustments of members of the freshman classes. The Inventory provides four measures of adjustment, and also a total score which is the sum of the scores of the four measures. The test has proved to be of value in determining cases of maladjustment and the several scores furnish a clue to the sources of such maladjustment. The results have been sufficiently satisfactory to warrant the use of the scores in comparing certain student and family groups.
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