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Jacobs, Brittany L.; Augustin, Jacob; Park, Jiyoung – College Student Journal, 2018
The examination of doctoral programs in sport management is important from both the perspective of the doctoral student and the larger field of academia. In considering sport management doctoral programs, it is essential to explore the characteristics of the program, programmatic focus and the placement of alumni. As such, surveys were sent to all…
Descriptors: Athletics, Job Placement, Doctoral Programs, Graduate Students
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Pawlow, Laura A.; Meinz, Elizabeth J. – College Student Journal, 2017
Participation in undergraduate research has been shown to provide a wide array of benefits across many disciplines of study; however, relatively less is known about the impact of this experience on Psychology majors specifically. We collected measures of Psychology students' (N = 229) knowledge of the major (career, core, and…
Descriptors: Student Characteristics, Research Assistants, Psychology, Undergraduate Students
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Geist, Eugene A.; Geist, Kamile – College Student Journal, 2009
This action research project is designed as a music-based intervention to address and overcome some of the risk factors for low achievement in mathematics that research has linked to poverty level. The National Assessment of Educational Progress found that children who are eligible for school lunch programs in 4th grade score on average 13 points…
Descriptors: Poverty, Research Projects, Action Research, Lunch Programs
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Falconer, John; Holcomb, Dianne – College Student Journal, 2008
Undergraduate research programs are becoming more prevalent, but research on the processes and outcomes is limited and deals largely with perceptions of student learning gains. This paper adds to the literature by describing undergraduate research activities from the student perspective. A phenomenological approach was used to analyze journals…
Descriptors: Student Research, Stimulation, Mentors, Student Attitudes
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Paschal, Billy J.; You-Yuh, Kuo – College Student Journal, 1973
In this study, 60 pairs of Ss were randomly selected and individually matched on age, sex, grade equivalence, and birth order. The seven null hypotheses dealt with culture, sex, birth order, and their interactions. The main self-rating scales employed were the IPAT Anxiety Scale and the Tennessee Self Concept Scale. (Author/EK)
Descriptors: Anxiety, Chinese, College Students, Cross Cultural Studies
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Sunseri, A. J.; And Others – College Student Journal, 1973
Article seeks answers to two questions: (1) Does school make important contribution to sex information of youth? and (2) Do initial sources of sex information differ for males and females? Results indicate major source of information is peers. (Author/EK)
Descriptors: Attitudes, College Students, Family Life Education, Moral Development
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Sorge, Dennis H.; Kline, Charles E. – College Student Journal, 1973
Whether there is positive correlation between type of college instruction and student attitudes and achievement was examined. College students will make greater achievement gains if taught by indirect rathen than direct teaching styles and amount of indirect teaching is not sufficient factor for predicting attitude of college students toward…
Descriptors: Achievement, Attitudes, College Faculty, College Students
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De Vol, Thomas I. – College Student Journal, 1973
This study was concerned with trends related to client behavior, and counseling efficacy with respect to religious sentiment. A number of significant relationships were found between counseling efficacy and orthodox religiousity. Hypothesized trends and correlates of client in counseling behaviors and religious orthodoxy were not supported by the…
Descriptors: Attitudes, College Students, Counseling, Nondirective Counseling
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May, W. Theodore; Ilardi, Robert L. – College Student Journal, 1973
Three classes of baccalaureate nursing students were administered the Allport-Vernon-Lindzey Study of Values as part of a longitudinal study, the four times during their three year course of study. The results indicate a decline in Religious Value and an increase in Aesthetic Value. (Author/EK)
Descriptors: Attitudes, College Students, Education, Longitudinal Studies
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Lincoln, Alan Jay – College Student Journal, 1973
The conditions under which college students indicated that the employment of violence would be justified were assessed in open-ended questionnaire. Students were most prone to justify violence against strangers while most reluctant to justify violence against policemen. Responses justifying violence were more common when referring to nonpolitical…
Descriptors: Antisocial Behavior, Attitudes, Behavior, College Students
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Gulo, E. Vaughn – College Student Journal, 1973
This study represents an attempt to examine ways in which anxiety, achievement and affiliation motivation and dogmatism influence the academic performance of undergraduates under structured instructional conditions. The study provides strong supporting evidence for the notion that personality patterns do influence academic achievement under the…
Descriptors: Achievement, Audiovisual Instruction, College Students, Educational Innovation
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Lindgren, Henry Clay; Ritchie, Eugenie J. – College Student Journal, 1974
Notes extent to which students in large universities share faculty goals. Results show correlation between academic success for students of both sexes, and faculty. (EK)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, College Students, Education, Faculty
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Harper, Jane – College Student Journal, 1974
The essential components of self-paced systems are frequently prohibitive in cost for implementation for all students. Selection of students who can profit most from individualized programs can be made by choosing students in upper and lower extremes in mental ability who possess certain elements in their cognitive styles. (Author)
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, College Students, Educational Methods, Individual Instruction
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Field, Timothy F.; Madigan, Mary – College Student Journal, 1974
The aim of this research was to assess and compare personality and social factors of college students involved in the use of drugs. Sex and academic performance were included in the assessment. (Author)
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Antisocial Behavior, College Students, Drug Abuse
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Herman, Michele Harway; Sedlacek, William E. – College Student Journal, 1974
An anonymous poll of 768 students completed just prior to the 1972 presidential election showed that 81 percent intended to vote, and of those, 65 percent were for McGovern. There was not direct campaign participation by large numbers of students. (Author/EK)
Descriptors: Behavior, College Freshmen, Education, Political Attitudes
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