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Patson, Nikole D.; Darowski, Emily S.; Moon, Nicole; Ferreira, Fernanda – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2009
Using a forced-choice question-answering paradigm, K. Christianson, A. Hollingworth, J. F. Halliwell, and F. Ferreira (2001) showed that the original misinterpretation built during the analysis of a garden-path sentence lingers even after reanalysis has occurred. However, their methodology has been questioned (R. P. G. van Gompel, M. J. Pickering,…
Descriptors: Sentences, Sentence Structure, Methods, Verbs
Thomas, Jerry R.; Halliwell, Wayne – 1976
There may be many social psychological variables that influence or are influenced by children's behavior in organized sports. The major variable discussed in this paper is the child's motivation to participate. One cognitive theory--the attribution theory-- offers insights into the child's view of his motivation, and the effects upon this…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Aspiration, Athletics, Behavior Theories
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Dillon, Robert R.; Halliwell, Joseph W. – Journal of School Leadership, 1991
The superintendents and school board members participating in this study were randomly selected from New York State school districts. Respondents' perceptions of the purposes, strengths, and weaknesses of formal superintendent evaluations and the importance attached to various superintendent functions were similar. However, few superintendents…
Descriptors: Administrator Evaluation, Attitudes, Boards of Education, Elementary Secondary Education