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The Structure of Perceived Characteristics
Studying the Caseload and the Casework
16 Personality Factor 40 variables asso background characteristics caseload casework interviews casework service categories of clients cent characteristics of clients clients appears Community Service Society compartmentalizing problems Correlation Matrix Decimal point omitted Described as lacking Described as showing descriptive diagnostic dimension evaluation factor analysis factor structure family pathology Fanshel female clients female data included indicated intercorrelations judgments Kogan lacking optimism male clients male data mental health status motivated to change number of interviews Number Per Number observations outcome variables personal characteristics personal or interpersonal personality inventories personality ratings poorly organized Potentialities of casework precoded procedures prognostic relationship relatively relevant reliability responsibility easily Russell Sage Foundation sets of clients showing strong dependency showing zest Shyne social agency Social Casework social isolate Social Service Review statistically significant strong dependency needs suggests Table tending to repel terminal ratings tests three sets tion unmarried mother data Variable Loading