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The assumption that female manic-depressives have similar personality characteristics to those reported for male manic-depressives was tested. Besides using previously employed self-report measures from which personality attributes related to conformity and value achievement have been inferred, a peer conformity experiment was carried out. 16 remitted female manicdepressives were matched with 16 nonpsychiatric controls. The groups did not differ on the self-report personality measures.doi:10.1037/h0026605 fatcat:y7uter7da5bavhekwwleddymte