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ERIC Number: ED022891
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 93
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Graduate Studies in Education, Volume 1, Number 5.
Courtney, E. Wayne, Comp.; Heineke, William F., Comp.
As one part of a volume of abstracts of studies of the last decade primarily in the vocational and technical field, this report includes 139 abstracts in the categories of philosophy, psychology, sociology, statistics, supervision, and technical education. The abstracts in philosophy treat the development of trade and industrial education, objectives and purposes of personnel organization, and philosophical program presentations. Abstracts in psychology include acceleration programs, achievement, adolescent psycho-social characteristics, attitudes, creativity, developmental needs, enrichment, Freudian principles, gifted students, mental retardation and illness, motivation, personality, principles of learning, slow learners, special education, and vocational rehabilitation. Abstracts in sociology treat drinking problems, family, religious problems, and strikes. Abstracts in statistics involve chi-square, discrimination indices, item analyses, regression, and validity coefficients. Abstracts in supervision treat evaluation of shop layouts, interstaff communications, qualifications of cooperative teachers, shop inventories, shop management procedures and records, supervisor's handbook, and supervisory methods and guides. The majority of abstracts in the technical category report studies in specific technical proficiencies. Other parts of the volume are available as VT 005 122 and VT 005 123. (JK)
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Authoring Institution: Stout State Univ., Menomonie, WI.