Personality of university teachers according to the Defense Mechanism Technique odified (DMTm) as related to their assessment of their university as an organizational setting

Alf L. Andersson1, Lars Ryhammar2
1Lund University, Sweden
2Örebro University, Sweden
Cite this article:  Andersson, A., & Ryhammar, L. (1999). Personality of university teachers according to the Defense Mechanism Technique odified (DMTm) as related to their assessment of their university as an organizational setting. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 27, 575-586.

Volume 27 Issue 6 | e1001 | Published: December 1999 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1999.27.6.575

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In the present study we consider possible relationships between personality and organizational-assessment variables. Participants in a stratified sample of 114 university teachers, were examined using the Defense Mechanism Technique modified (DMTm), a percept-genetic technique. They also made assessments of their university as an organization. In total, 34 factor analyses were performed, each involving the inclusion, together with the data set in question, of a different one of the 17 organizational variables which were employed. The results were found to be interpretable in terms of the Andersson model of the mind and to support the usefulness of the type of data treatment employed.


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