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Guarino, A. J.; Hocevar, Dennis – College and University, 2005
Tinto developed a model to predict the attrition process. The model respects a longitudinal perspective and regards persistence as a function of the quality of a student's interactions with the academic and social systems of the college. Tinto asserts that the two primary factors related to student withdrawal are the personal characteristics of…
Descriptors: Models, Locus of Control, Academic Persistence, Student Attrition
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Gordon, Scarlette C.; Dembo, Myron H.; Hocevar, Dennis – Teaching & Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies, 2007
This study explored the relationship between teachers' own learning behaviors and their teaching practices. Experienced teachers taking graduate courses responded to an instrument measuring their self-regulated learning as students and their teaching practices as indicated by how they conveyed the purpose of engaging in academic work (i.e., goal…
Descriptors: Goal Orientation, Classroom Techniques, Ideology, Teaching Methods
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Vogt, Christina M.; Hocevar, Dennis; Hagedorn, Linda Serra – Journal of Higher Education, 2007
To resolve the dispute amongst several studies, this research investigated whether the new generation of women engineering majors, who have been better academically prepared and presumably instilled with confidence, still experience lower levels of achievement than male engineering students. This study was framed under Bandura's (1986) triadic…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Engineering Education, Majors (Students), College Students
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Bong, Mimi; Hocevar, Dennis – Applied Measurement in Education, 2002
Examined convergent and discriminant validity of various self-efficacy measures across two studies, one involving 358 U.S. high school students and another involving 235 Korean female high school students. Across the studies the first-order confirmatory factor analyses provide support for both convergent validity of different self-efficacy…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Foreign Countries, High School Students, High Schools
Hocevar, Dennis – 1979
Widely used measures of creativity are reviewed and classified into ten categories: tests of divergent thinking; attitude and interest inventories; personality inventories; biographical inventories; teacher nominations; peer nominations; supervisor ratings; judgments of products; nomination of eminent persons; and self-reported creative activities…
Descriptors: Achievement, Attitude Measures, Bibliographies, Biographical Inventories
Hocevar, Dennis – 1979
To compile a list of activities and achievements considered as creative by laymen, 239 graduate and undergraduate students named their three most creative accomplishments and activities in each of six areas: mathematics and science; music; fine arts; performing arts; literature; and miscellaneous. This resulted in a 198-item list, which was rated…
Descriptors: Achievement, Creative Activities, Creativity, Creativity Tests
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Hocevar, Dennis – Intelligence, 1980
Three of Guilford's measures of ideational fluency, and the Concept Mastery Test, a traditional verbal intelligence test, were correlated with a creative activities inventory. There were no significant differences between the predictive ability of ideational fluency and verbal intelligence measures. (Author/CP)
Descriptors: Correlation, Creative Activities, Creativity Tests, Divergent Thinking
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Hocevar, Dennis – Journal of Personality Assessment, 1979
The Alternate Uses test was administered to 60 college students to measure originality; scores were based on subjective judgment, statistical infrequency, and random numbers. Findings indicated that either new scoring methods or statistical methods for controlling ideational fluency should be developed. (MH)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Creativity, Creativity Tests, Evaluation Criteria
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Hocevar, Dennis – Child Study Journal, 1979
The Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking: Verbal Form A were given to 39 fifth-grade children in a rural elementary school and scored for fluency, flexibility, and originality. (Author/MP)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Creative Thinking, Creativity, Creativity Tests
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Hocevar, Dennis – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1979
Three of Guilford's tests of divergent thinking were scored for ideational fluency and originality. The originality scores were reliable, but when the effects of ideational fluency were partialed out of the originality scores, all reliabilities showed substantial decrements; interest correlations dropped to zero or showed a substantial decrement.…
Descriptors: Creativity, Creativity Tests, Divergent Thinking, Higher Education
Bong, Mimi; Hocevar, Dennis – 2001
Convergent and discriminant validity of various self-efficacy measures was examined across two studies. In Study 1, U.S. high school students (n=358) rated their self-efficacy in 6 school subjects with reference to specific problems or general self-efficacy statements on the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ) (P. Pintrich and…
Descriptors: Concurrent Validity, Foreign Countries, High School Students, High Schools
Zarnegar, Zohreh; Hocevar, Dennis – 1984
The dimensionality of original thinking in gifted children was investigated using measures designed to control for the ideational fluency/originality confounding and for task ambiguity in 315 gifted fourth to sixth graders. Ss were instructed to give only one response on each originality task rather than to give as many as possible and were…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Creativity, Gifted, Intermediate Grades
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Chang, Lei; Hocevar, Dennis – Applied Measurement in Education, 2000
Demonstrated the use of generalizability theory in analyzing existing faculty evaluation data. Three measurement conceptualizations representing different purposes of faculty evaluation were developed and variance components associated with these conceptualizations were estimated from an existing faculty evaluation using 30 teachers for each…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Generalizability Theory, Higher Education, Models
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Hocevar, Dennis; And Others – Educational Research Quarterly, 1987
The effects of problem structure on two-step word problems are analyzed in a sample of 91 fifth through eighth graders. Results showed that sequencing the first and second steps did not cause as much trouble as understanding the first step. (RB)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Mathematics, Word Problems (Mathematics)
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Benson, Jeri; Hocevar, Dennis – Journal of Educational Measurement, 1985
Three rating scales--with all positive or all negative wording, or a mixture of both--were administered to 522 children in grades four through six. The results indicated that it was difficult for students to indicate agreement by disagreeing with a negative statement. This affected test validity. Author/GDC)
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Elementary School Students, Intermediate Grades, Item Analysis
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