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Title: Loevingerの自我発達理論についての日本における研究動向
Other Titles: The trend of studies concerning Loevinger's Ego Development theory in Japan
Authors: 大野, 和男
Ohno, Kazuo
オオノ, カズオ
Keywords: ego development
cross -cultural study
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Abstract: It has been more than 20 years since Loevinger proposed ego development theory. Up to now, more than 300 researches are conducted. WUSCT(Washington University Sentence Completion Test) is used to measure ego development. The manual to rate it was published in 1970, and then revised in 1996. Loevinger's ego development theory and its assessment have been translated into at least 11 languages. They were translated into Japanese in 1977 for the first time. First, this study summarized Loevinger's ego development theory. Secondly, methodology of the rating was surveyed and focused on its issues. Thirdly, the researches which conducted WUSCT in languages other than English were reviewed and suggested attentions in the case. Fourthly, the researches in Japan were reported and discussed about untouched issues.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/525
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