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20 subjects Accepting and Nonself-Accepting accepting group adjustment ambivalence American Psychological Association Anxiety score attitudes Brownfain 9 Brunswik cepts Client-centered therapy consult correlates of self-acceptance Cowen Deviation of Rorschach differences between groups differentiate evaluation exaggerated F-Scale scores group will give group will produce havior higher sum Hostility score hypothesized relationship Indecisiveness measure of self-acceptance ment mentation negative ratings Nonself-Accepting Groups Selected optimal range percentage of agreement positive direction predicted direction Predictions 26 primary analysis probability values Psychol Psychological Monographs psychotherapy Ratings of Rorschach rela Reliability of Scoring Rorschach factors studied Rorschach performance Rorschach records Rorschach scores Rorschach test Rorschach Variables S. J. Rorschach's test scor secondary analysis Selected by Negative Selected by Stability Selection Criterion self-acceptance were derived Self-Accepting and Nonself-Accepting self-accepting person Self-Concept Scores self-esteem specific Rorschach factors Stability of Self-Concept stability scores Standard Deviation statistical significance tables and figures tion tween groups University of Hawaii verbalizations York