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A Comparative Evaluation of Two Humanizing Approaches to In-Service Training of Teachers

A Comparative Evaluation of Two Humanizing Approaches to In-Service Training of Teachers

Date: August 1974
Creator: Williams, Donald Gene
Description: None
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A Comparative Study of Policies and Procedures Used for Selection of School Board Members

A Comparative Study of Policies and Procedures Used for Selection of School Board Members

Date: August 1974
Creator: Bledsoe, Louie L., Jr
Description: None
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A Comparison of a Visual Disassociation Test on the Keystone Telebinocular with Other Tests of Dominance

A Comparison of a Visual Disassociation Test on the Keystone Telebinocular with Other Tests of Dominance

Date: August 1974
Creator: Palmer, Lyelle L.
Description: None
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A Comparison of Certain Personality Traits Between College Student Cigarette Smokers and Nonsmokers

A Comparison of Certain Personality Traits Between College Student Cigarette Smokers and Nonsmokers

Date: August 1974
Creator: Harter, James W.
Description: None
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A Comparison of the Effectiveness of the Intensive and Concurrent Scheduling Plans for Teaching First-Semester English Composition in the Community College

A Comparison of the Effectiveness of the Intensive and Concurrent Scheduling Plans for Teaching First-Semester English Composition in the Community College

Date: August 1974
Creator: Allen, Floyd A., Jr.
Description: None
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A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Three Approaches to Preservice Human Relations Training for Teachers

A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Three Approaches to Preservice Human Relations Training for Teachers

Date: August 1974
Creator: McWilliams, J. Hudson
Description: None
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A Concept of Teaching Undergraduate Adults in Freshman and Sophomore English

A Concept of Teaching Undergraduate Adults in Freshman and Sophomore English

Date: August 1974
Creator: Luke, Eugene C.
Description: None
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A Construct of Organization for Higher Education

A Construct of Organization for Higher Education

Date: August 1974
Creator: Hull, Don M.
Description: None
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The Content Analysis of the Art Vocabulary Contained in Seven Sources of Visual Art Curricular Materials for the Elementary Grades

The Content Analysis of the Art Vocabulary Contained in Seven Sources of Visual Art Curricular Materials for the Elementary Grades

Date: August 1974
Creator: Van Cleef, Norma June
Description: The problems of this investigation are the content analyses of the art vocabulary, the art-term definitions, and the art-vocabulary objectives in seven sets of visual art curricula for the elementary grades. The hypotheses are that the formulators of three or more of the sources will agree on fifty per cent or more of the art terms and their definitions and will present art-vocabulary objectives. The findings are that the formulators of three or more of the sources agree on less than fifty per cent of the art terms and their definitions. Two sources include definite art-vocabulary objectives. The conclusion is that all three hypotheses are rejected.
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Context and Degree of Learning in Cue Selection and Transfer of Training

Context and Degree of Learning in Cue Selection and Transfer of Training

Date: August 1974
Creator: LaBarge, Deborah Donahue
Description: The present study examined the effect of first-list stimulus context (color versus no color) and two degrees of first-list learning (twenty trials versus five trials) on cue selection and transfer of training. College students learned two paired-associate lists consisting of highly similar trigrams as the stimulus terms and nouns as the response terms. The second list consisted of twelve items presented on homogeneous white backgrounds for eighteen trials. Four secondlist items represented each of three transfer paradigms--A -B,A-B; A-B,A-C; and A-BC-D. It was concluded that color context draws attention to the color-backed items during the early stages of learning but is not selected for encoding until the later stages of learning.
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A Curriculum Based on the Half-Unit Psychology Elective in Texas High Schools

A Curriculum Based on the Half-Unit Psychology Elective in Texas High Schools

Date: August 1974
Creator: Greenstone, James Lynn
Description: None
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The Depiction of Women and Negroes in the Fiction of Flannery O'Connor

The Depiction of Women and Negroes in the Fiction of Flannery O'Connor

Date: August 1974
Creator: Thomae, Sue Sessums
Description: This thesis is an investigation into the nature of the characterizations of women and Negroes in the fiction of Flannery O'Connor and the extent to which the attitudes, beliefs, and ideas contained in the background of the author influenced such portrayals. The thesis identifies these influences as her native South and the Roman Catholic Church and concludes that her misogynistic treatment of women and sympathetic handling of Negroes proceeds from values placed on both groups in such influences.
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Design and Implementation of a TRAC Processor for Fairchild F24 Computer

Design and Implementation of a TRAC Processor for Fairchild F24 Computer

Date: August 1974
Creator: Chi, Ping Ray
Description: TRAC is a text-processing language for use with a reactive typewriter. The thesis describes the design and implementation of a TRAC processor for the Fairchild F24 computer. Chapter I introduces some text processing concepts, the TRAC operations, and the implementation procedures. Chapter II examines the history and -characteristics of the TRAC language. The next chapter specifies the TRAC syntax and primitive functions. Chapter IV covers the algorithms used by the processor. The last chapter discusses the design experience from programming the processor, examines the reactive action caused by the processor, and suggests adding external storage primitive functions for a future version of the processor.
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The Development of Myth in Post-World-War-II American Novels

The Development of Myth in Post-World-War-II American Novels

Date: August 1974
Creator: Hall, Larry Joe
Description: None
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The Doctoral Program in Higher Education at North Texas State University: an Appraisal

The Doctoral Program in Higher Education at North Texas State University: an Appraisal

Date: August 1974
Creator: Brice, Bert Charles
Description: None
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The Effect of Criterion-Referenced Tests on the Acquisition of Mathematical Skills and the Mastery of Objectives in Fifth-Grade Students

The Effect of Criterion-Referenced Tests on the Acquisition of Mathematical Skills and the Mastery of Objectives in Fifth-Grade Students

Date: August 1974
Creator: Downing, Clayton W.
Description: None
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The Effect of Fundamental Religious Belief Upon Males' and Females' Attitudes Toward Woman's Role in Society

The Effect of Fundamental Religious Belief Upon Males' and Females' Attitudes Toward Woman's Role in Society

Date: August 1974
Creator: McFarlin, Dee Ann
Description: Studying the effect of fundamental religious belief upon attitudes toward woman's role in society, findings were: (1) persons high in fundamental belief have more traditional attitudes than persons low in fundamental belief; (2) atheists, agnostics, Unitarians, Jews, and 'others' hold more liberal attitudes than Protestants or Catholics; (3) persons who frequently attend religious services hold more conservative attitudes than persons who attend infrequently; and (4) females hold more liberal attitudes than males. Also, marital status did not affect attitudes toward woman's role. Subjects were 63 female and 38 male college students. Findings were discussed in light of effects conservative attitudes toward woman's role could have upon fundamentalists, and of the theory supporting the hypotheses.
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The Effect of IOX Objectives-Based Reading Test Collections upon Fifth-Grade Comprehension and Word-Attack Skills

The Effect of IOX Objectives-Based Reading Test Collections upon Fifth-Grade Comprehension and Word-Attack Skills

Date: August 1974
Creator: Hoff, Jean Estelle
Description: None
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Effect of Light and Other Environmental Factors on Growth and Carotenogenesis of Corynebacterium Species Strain 7E1C

Effect of Light and Other Environmental Factors on Growth and Carotenogenesis of Corynebacterium Species Strain 7E1C

Date: August 1974
Creator: Howard, Marta E.
Description: This investigation studies effects of environmental factors on growth and carotenogenesis in Corynebacterium strain 7ElC. Changes in pH were found to effect growth more than carotenogenesis. However, certain nutrients or long incubation periods stimulated carotenoid formation more than growth. Dark conditions in a mineral salts-glucose medium stimulated growth, but minimized carotenogenesis. Tryptic soy broth or yeast extract elicited carotenogenesis in darkness. Although brief light exposure during inoculation was photoinductive, continuous exposure to light following inoculation was required for maximum pigment synthesis. Dark grown stationary phase cells required 24-hours of light for maximum pigment synthesis. Chloramphenicol inhibition of carotenogenesis in dark grown cells exposed to light showed that enzymes needed for carotenoid synthesis were absent from dark grown cultures.
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The Effect of Sodium Salicylate on the Ultrastructure of Trypanosoma lewisi

The Effect of Sodium Salicylate on the Ultrastructure of Trypanosoma lewisi

Date: August 1974
Creator: Beck, Charles F.
Description: This study examines ultrastructural changes occurring in seven- and fourteen-day populations of Trypanosorfa lewisi when 60 mg sodium salicylate is administered to the host. These changes were related to the host-immune response. Seven-day trypanosomes showed approximately 10 posterior volutin granules. Seven-day trypanosomes whose host had received salicylate exhibited. 30 to 40 volutin granules, and their posterior tip exhibited volutin granules in high numbers sometimes excluding other cellular elements. Fourteen-day trypanosones showed fewer volutin granules than seven-day, salicylate-treated ones. Salicylate treatment caused no additional ultrastructural alterations. Thus the volutin granules are not linked to the reproduction inhibiting antibody (ablast in) but may be involved in the formation of the trypanocidal antibodies.
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The Effect of the Student Teaching Experience on the Student Teacher's Attitude Toward Punishment

The Effect of the Student Teaching Experience on the Student Teacher's Attitude Toward Punishment

Date: August 1974
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The Effect of the Tonic Neck Reflex upon Fatigue of the Extensor Leg Muscles

The Effect of the Tonic Neck Reflex upon Fatigue of the Extensor Leg Muscles

Date: August 1974
Creator: Cate, Susan Carol
Description: The purpose of the investigation was to determine the effect of the tonic neck posture upon fatigue induced by exhaustive exercise of the knee extensor muscles of college women. The subjects were college females enrolled in physical education activity classes at North Texas State University. The F ratio was used to determine significance of the difference in fatigue measures in the three head positions. The results of the present investigation revealed no statistically significant difference between the three head positions with respect to their influence on endurance of the leg extensors. Conclusions were that the tonic neck reflex does not facilitate or inhibit leg extensor endurance.
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Effects of a Parent Education Program upon Parental Acceptance, Parents' Self-Esteem, and Perceptions of Children's Self-Concept

Effects of a Parent Education Program upon Parental Acceptance, Parents' Self-Esteem, and Perceptions of Children's Self-Concept

Date: August 1974
Creator: Overman, Janet Williams
Description: None
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The Effects of Contingent Money Withdrawal on Three Response Classes of Verbal Behavior

The Effects of Contingent Money Withdrawal on Three Response Classes of Verbal Behavior

Date: August 1974
Creator: Spencer, Thomas A.
Description: This study attempted to reduce three response classes in the verbal behavior of a forty-three-year-old female graduate student. Consequences were placed on interruptions, illogical statements, and total time talking. Specifically, a response rate was taken on the three response classes, and contingent money withdrawal for exceeding defined limits was used as punishment. The treatment was generally effective in reducing interruptions, illogical statements, and total time talking to one half the baseline level, but the follow-up phase suggests that some form of maintainance procedure would be needed to maintain the rate at the lower level.
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