Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Self-perception -- Testing, Social work education
1 online resource (49 pages)
The purpose of this project was to evaluate from the student point of view the feasibility and desirability of self-awareness testing for first year School of Social Work students. Originally, the authors had hoped to arrange and evaluate mental well-being interviews for a significant sampling of students, using as a model the voluntary, private, completely confidential interviews that were conducted at McGill University's School of Social Work during 1961-1963. However, the task of funding offcampus professional interviews proved insurmountable. Therefore, the authors turned to objective personality testing with individual interpretive interviews conducted by counselors at Portland State University's Counseling Center.
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Paull, Beverly; Schuman, Bette; and Davis, Dorothy, "Self-awareness Testing for School of Social Work Students at Portland State University" (1973). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1676.