Jets, collimated sprays of particles, are the most commonly produced objects in high energy subatomic collisions. Jets are the final state of colliding quarks and gluons. The fraction of a jet's energy that is measured by a calorimeter is called the response. Quark jets (jets initiated by quarks) and gluon jets (jets initiated by gluons) have a different response in the calorimeter. In this thesis the response of quark and gluon jets is reconstructed using jets in dijet and photon + jet events. To measure jet response in dijet events a method is developed to correct the energy of one jet in a dijet event so that it may be used as a reference object in the calibration procedure. The reconstructed dijet, quark and gluon responses are shown to agree with Monte Carlo simulation predictions within their uncertainties.