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Jennings, R. A.; Henderson, C. S.; Erla, M. A.; Abraham, S.; Gillum, D. – College Student Journal, 2018
Problem and Purpose: A review of the literature revealed that college non-student athletes and student-athletes experience stress during their college years but do not always have the appropriate coping behaviors to manage the stress. The purpose of this descriptive, cross-sectional, non-experimental study was to determine the stress coping…
Descriptors: Stress Management, Coping, Church Related Colleges, College Students
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Hoag, John H.; Browne, M. Neil – College Student Journal, 2009
An introductory course is the discipline's handshake; it is the greeting that either seals the deal or in varying degrees convinces the learner that this discipline has little usefulness. Given the huge stakes in forming a strategy for the introductory course, how should we structure the course? The argument in this paper is that we should…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Intellectual Disciplines, Thinking Skills, College Faculty
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Kuo, You-Yuh; And Others – College Student Journal, 1979
Investigated creative thinking and behavioral styles of American and Chinese college students enrolled in educational psychology classes. Taiwanese scored higher on the measure of fluency. Females in both cultures obtained higher elaboration scores. Chinese subjects took more time to complete tasks and were less careless in performance.…
Descriptors: Behavior Theories, Behavioral Science Research, Chinese, College Students