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ERIC Number: ED085621
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Feb
Pages: 9
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A Meta-Presentation of a Theoretical and Research Base for Academic Advisement.
Gibson, Gordon
The generation of questions of worthwhileness of academic advisement into researchable hypotheses is dependent upon results from outcome questions substantiating process questions. Researchable hypotheses are few due to the complexity of the advising process involving students, advisors, problems, methods, and researchers. Questions generated for research on academic advising are multidimensional and take the form of: Do the various modes of academic advisement yield differential effects with different kinds of students, advisors, and problems? How? When? With the complexity of researchable questions of academic advising the resulting methodological variance requires the application of multivariate factoral analysis designs. (Author)
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Note: Paper presented at the American Personnel and Guidance Association Convention (San Diego, California, February 9-12, 1973)