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The Wilson Patterson Conservatism Scale is a attitude measure of conservatism



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  • Bouchard, T. J., Jr., Segal, N. L., Tellegen, A., McGue, M., Keyes, M., & Krueger, R. (2003). Evidence for the construct validity and heritability of the Wilson-Patterson Conservatism Scale: A reared-apart twins study of social attitudes: Personality and Individual Differences Vol 34(6) Apr 2003, 959-969.
  • Feather, N. T. (1980). Conservatism, acquiescence, and the effects of sample heterogeneity: Australian Journal of Psychology Vol 32(1) Apr 1980, 11-16.
  • Green, D. E., Reynolds, N. S., Walkey, F. H., & McCormick, I. A. (1988). The Conservatism Scale: In search of a replicable factor structure: Journal of Social Psychology Vol 128(4) Aug 1988, 507-516.
  • Hall, J. N. (1974). Nurses' attitudes and specialized treatment settings: An exploratory study: British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology Vol 13(3) Sep 1974, 333-334.
  • Heaven, P. C. (1979). The internal consistency of Wilson's Conservatism Scale: Journal of Social Psychology Vol 109(1) Oct 1979, 143-144.
  • Kirton, M. J. (1978). Wilson and Patterson's conservatism scale: A shortened alternative form: British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology Vol 17(4) Nov 1978, 319-323.
  • Orpen, C., & Rodenwoldt, E. (1973). The Wilson-Patterson Conservatism Scale in a conservative culture: British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology Vol 12(1) Feb 1973, 94-95.
  • Porritt, D. (1980). "Acquiescence" and the C-scale: A critical note on Ray and Pratt: Australian Journal of Psychology Vol 32(2) Aug 1980, 147-148.
  • Ray, J. J. (1980). Acquiescence and coefficient alpha: A reply to Porritt: Australian Journal of Psychology Vol 32(2) Aug 1980, 149-150.
  • Ray, J. J., & Pratt, G. J. (1979). Is the influence of acquiescence on "catchphrase" type attitude scale items not so mythical after all? : Australian Journal of Psychology Vol 31(2) Aug 1979, 73-78.
  • Robertson, A., & Cochrane, R. (1973). The Wilson-Patterson Conservatism Scale: A reappraisal: British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology Vol 12(4) Nov 1973, 428-430.
  • Schneider, J. F. (1973). The conservatism scale: Independent of SD? : British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology Vol 12(1) Feb 1973, 90-91.
  • Schneider, J. F., & Schneider-Duker, M. R. (1974). Conservative attitudes and reactions to menstruation: Psychological Reports Vol 35(3) Dec 1974, 1304.
  • Thomas, D. R. (1974). The relationship between ethnocentrism and conservatism in an "authoritarian" culture: Journal of Social Psychology Vol 94(2) Dec 1974, 179-186.
  • Wilson, G. D., & Lillie, F. J. (1972). Social attitudes of Salvationists and Humanists: British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology Vol 11(3) Sep 1972, 220-224.

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