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ERIC Number: ED010582
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Aug-6
Pages: 31
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Reference Count: 0
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EXPLORATIONS IN COMPUTER-ASSISTED COUNSELING.
COGSWELL, JOHN F.; ESTAVAN, DONALD P.
MODELS OF A SCHOOL COUNSELOR'S COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR IN THE APPRAISAL OF STUDENT INFORMATION AND OF HIS OVERT VERBAL RESPONSES IN THE "EDUCATIONAL PLANNING INTERVIEW" WERE MADE WITH COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND COMPUTER-CONTROLLED EQUIPMENT. THE VERBALIZATIONS OF THE COUNSELOR WHILE REVIEWING THE RECORDS OF 20 NINTH-GRADE STUDENTS PRIOR TO INTERVIEWS AND WHILE CONVERSING WITH THE STUDENTS DURING THE INTERVIEWS WERE USED TO CONSTRUCT THE MODEL. THE AUTOMATED INTERVIEW IS CONDUCTED BY A TELETYPE UNDER CONTROL OF A Q-32 COMPUTER IN A TIME-SHARING MODE. THIS AUTOMATED INTERVIEW PROGRAM WAS PLANNED TO REVIEW STUDENT PROGRESS, COLLECT COMMENTS FROM THE STUDENTS, REACT TO STUDENT PLANS, AND HELP THE STUDENT PLAN A SCHEDULE OF HIGH SCHOOL COURSES. TO ASSESS THE VALIDITY OF THE MODEL, THE AUTOMATED SYSTEMS WERE COMPARED TO THE RESPONSES OF THE ORIGINAL HUMAN COUNSELOR WITH A NEW SAMPLE OF 20 STUDENTS FROM THE SAME POPULATION. THE STUDY INDICATED THE POTENTIAL VALUE OF THE AUTOMATED PROCEDURE FOR BOTH RESEARCH AND FIELD APPLICATION. (TC)
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Authoring Institution: System Development Corp., Santa Monica, CA.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (Santa Monica)