Decisions for Tomorrow: Plans of High School Seniors for by Ralph F Berdie, Albert B Hood

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T F If people had not had it in for me I would have been much more successful. 23. T F In school I sometimes have been sent to the principal for cutting up. 41. T F I find it easy to express my ideas. 42. T F I wish I were not so shy. 24. T F I feel self-conscious when reciting in class. 43. T P I avoid people when it is possible. 25. T F I am sure I get a raw deal from life. 44. T F I have had very peculiar and strange experiences. 28. T F I feel at ease with people. 45. T F I stay in the background at parties or social gatherings.

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T F I find it hard to Iceep my mind on a task or job. L Yes 2 No 30. T F I enjoy speaking before groups of people. 31. T F I know who is responsible for most of my troubles. 48. Do you think that most of the important things that happen to people are: (Check one) 32. T F My parents have often objected to the kind of people I go around with. (1) More the result of circumstances beyond their control. 33. T F I am rather shy in contacts with people. (2) More the result of their own efforts. 34. T F No one seems to understand me.

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