Cognitive Relationships of Resistance to Interference.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
From results of testing 219 Ss on a battery of 20 cognitive tests, it is concluded that resistance to interference is a potentially viable diagnostic dimension in assessing the likelihood of serious personality disturbance, as well as in evaluating the seriousness of a current disorder.
Golden, C. J.,
Marsella, A. J.,
Golden, E. E.
(1975). Cognitive Relationships of Resistance to Interference.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 43(3), 432.
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