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The Relationship between Clothing Interest and Self-Concept in Female Undergraduate College Students

The Relationship between Clothing Interest and Self-Concept in Female Undergraduate College Students

Date: June 1968
Creator: Dulin, Anthony P.
Description: This study sought to examine the relationship between the variable of clothing interest and the five self-concept variables or scales. These are defensive positiveness, general maladjustment, psychosis, personality disorder, and neurosis similarity in scale score to a neurotic population.
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The relationship between collegiate band members' preferences of teacher interpersonal behavior and perceived self-efficacy.

The relationship between collegiate band members' preferences of teacher interpersonal behavior and perceived self-efficacy.

Date: May 2009
Creator: Steele, Natalie Anne
Description: The first purpose of this study was to describe collegiate band members' preferred teacher interpersonal behaviors and perceptions of self-efficacy based on the gender, year in college, instrument, and major. The second purpose of the study was to measure the relationship between preferences of interpersonal teacher behavior and self-efficacy scores. The non-probability purposive sample (N = 1020) was composed of band members representing 12 universities from different regions of the United States. There were 4 large public, 4 small public, and 4 private universities that participated in the study. Participants completed 2 questionnaires, the Teacher Interaction Preference Questionnaire (TIPQ) and the Self-Efficacy Questionnaire (SEQ). Descriptive statistics were calculated for each of the questionnaires. Results for the TIPQ showed that all sub-groups most preferred the dominant-cooperative behaviors, followed by submissive-cooperative behaviors, and least preferred the dominant-oppositional behaviors. Results for the SEQ showed subtle variations for all subgroups. Three Pearson product-moment correlation coefficients were calculated to measure the relationship between the three teacher interaction styles (dominant-cooperative, submissive-cooperative, dominant-oppositional) and students' perceived self-efficacy. Due to the possible over-use of the data with multiple correlations, a Bonferroni adjustment was made to avoid a Type I error (.05/3 = .016). A significant positive relationship was ...
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The Relationship between Competency in Shorthand Accuracy and Achivement in Shorthand Dictation

The Relationship between Competency in Shorthand Accuracy and Achivement in Shorthand Dictation

Date: June 1966
Creator: Pullis, Joe M.
Description: This problem was a study of the relationship between (a) competency in shorthand accuracy and achievement in shorthand dictation and (b) competency in shorthand accuracy and measured intelligence.
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The relationship between computer-assisted instruction and alternative programs to enhance fifth-grade mathematics success on the annual Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills.

The relationship between computer-assisted instruction and alternative programs to enhance fifth-grade mathematics success on the annual Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills.

Date: December 2009
Creator: Tucker, Tommy Howard
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between using computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and success on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) mathematics exam with fifth-grade students in Texas compared to the effect of alternative improvement approaches used by a control group. Research explored the use of SuccessMaker® CAI educational software (Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, www.pearsoned.com) in public elementary schools in Texas. Successmaker® CAI was not a good predictor of passing percentage on the mathematics TAKS. Multiple regression analysis utilized in this quasi-experimental design study predicted a negative and not statistically significant change in the percentage of students passing the mathematics TAKS exam (B = -.448, p > .05). SuccessMaker® use exhibited a very small effect size (r = -.04) and accounted for less than 1% of the change in passing percentage (r2 = .0016). Multiple regression model predicted a negative and statistically significant effect upon mathematics passing percentage by economic disadvantage percentage (B = -.211, p < .01). The 95% confidence interval for B ranged from -.365 to -.057. The large effect size correlation coefficient (r = -.51) accounted for 26% of the variance in the mathematics TAKS passing percentage (r2 = .26).
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The relationship between computer use and academic achievements.

The relationship between computer use and academic achievements.

Date: August 2008
Creator: Huang, Sharon Hsiao-Shan
Description: Computer technology has been used in education for years, and the government budgets large amounts of money to foster technology. However, it is still a debated whether computer technology makes a difference in students' learning outcomes. The purpose of this study is to find if any relationship exists between computer use by teachers and students and the students' academic achievement in math and reading for both traditional populations and English language learner (ELL) tenth graders. Computer use in this study included the computer activities by students and teachers, in terms of the time, frequency, activities types, the places students use computers, teachers' computer activities, and the training teachers received. This study used data gathered from tenth grade students from the dataset Education Longitudinal Study of 2002 (ELS:2002) of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). Fifteen thousand, three hundred and sixty-two students were randomly selected to represent all U.S. tenth-graders attending schools in 2002. The findings showed diverse relationships consistent with the literature. Based on the findings, some suggestions were made to teachers and parents about the quality of school work and computer use by students and teachers.
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The Relationship Between Conformity, Independence, Anticonformity, and Certain Personality Characteristics

The Relationship Between Conformity, Independence, Anticonformity, and Certain Personality Characteristics

Date: August 1969
Creator: Mantheiy, Patricia S.
Description: The purpose of this research was to conduct an exploratory study into the similarity of motivations of conformers and anti-conformers, particularly in relation to the personality traits, need for affiliation, dependency needs, and anxiety.
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The Relationship between Creativity and Factors Associated with Personal and Social Adjustment

The Relationship between Creativity and Factors Associated with Personal and Social Adjustment

Date: June 1963
Creator: Henry, Jack Deen
Description: The present study will be concerned with the relationship between personal and social adjustment and creativity in a college population.
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The Relationship Between Delinquency and the Home in Lisbon School, Dallas, Texas

The Relationship Between Delinquency and the Home in Lisbon School, Dallas, Texas

Date: 1948
Creator: Kendrick, Searcy Laura
Description: The question arises, how are the homes in the Lisbon School District contributing to delinquency? The answer to this question is the problem for this study.
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The Relationship between Developmental Task Situations and Children's Interests in Stories

The Relationship between Developmental Task Situations and Children's Interests in Stories

Date: August 1961
Creator: Worley, Stinson Ezell, 1927-
Description: The problem of this study was to determine what relationship, if any, exists between middle-grade children's general and expressed interests in certain stories contained in selected reading textbooks and the developmental value of the stories. Specifically, three sub-problems were involved, as follows: 1. To determine the developmental value of certain stories found in selected reading textbooks. 2. To determine the general and expressed interests of children in the stories. 3. To compare the general and expressed interests of the children in the stories with the developmental value of the stories.
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The Relationship between Dominative-Integrative Classroom Behavior and Selected Measures of Socio-Civic Attitudes of Students Preparing to Teach the Social Studies

The Relationship between Dominative-Integrative Classroom Behavior and Selected Measures of Socio-Civic Attitudes of Students Preparing to Teach the Social Studies

Date: August 1961
Creator: Nicholson, Virgil Marion
Description: The purpose of this study was to make as analysis of the relationship between dominative-integrative classroom behavior and the mean scores on selected measures of socio-civic attitudes of students at North Texas State College preparing to teach the social studies during the year 1960-61.
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