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ERIC Number: EJ168858
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Interdependence in the Classroom: A Field Study
Blaney, Nancy T.; And Others
Journal of Educational Psychology, 69, 2, 121-8, Apr 77
A field study was conducted in which 304 fifth-grade students spent three class periods per week for 6 weeks in small interdependent learning groups. As hypothesized, students in the interdependent learning groups (experimentals) manifested higher self-esteem than controls and liked groupmates more than other classmates. Further, black and Anglo experimentals increased their liking for school more than control blacks and Anglos. (Author/MV)
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