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ERIC Number: ED059205
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 96
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A Study of Stimulus-Explicitness and Entering Behavior in Initial Speech Instruction.
Mills, Gordon Everard
This study presented a model which described and classified incoming students and recommended the type of instruction they should receive in the initial speech course. The sample population used was 104 university students in a basic speech course. Conclusions reached are: (1) There was a direct relationship between explicitness of instruction and learning; (2) The relationship between entering behavior and performance on the final speech appeared direct; and (3) An inferred relationship between entering behavior and stimulus-explicitness was shown. (Author/DB)
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Note: Ph.D. Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University