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Changes in Social Distance After the Inclusion of Spanish Instruction in a Fifth-grade Social Studies Unit

Changes in Social Distance After the Inclusion of Spanish Instruction in a Fifth-grade Social Studies Unit

Date: August 1971
Creator: Kostohryz, Vernon R.
Description: The problem of this study is concerned with the change in social distance to foreigners after the inclusion of Spanish language instruction in a four-week, fifth-grade social studies unit on Latin America.
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A Comparative Analysis of Social Alienation in Upper Elementary Student's Receiving Reading Instruction in Five Types of Environmental Settings

A Comparative Analysis of Social Alienation in Upper Elementary Student's Receiving Reading Instruction in Five Types of Environmental Settings

Date: August 1971
Creator: Robinson, Frances Olvis
Description: The problem of this study was to compare the social alienation of upper elementary students receiving reading instruction in five types of environmental settings.
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A Comparative Study of Freshmen Students in a Selected Multicampus Junior College District

A Comparative Study of Freshmen Students in a Selected Multicampus Junior College District

Date: August 1971
Creator: Calvin, Richmond Edward, 1938-
Description: The problem of this study was to compare freshmen students in a selected multicampus junior college district with respect to attitudes, activities, vocational, and educational plans.
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A Comparison of Change Toward Self-actualization in Marathon Group Counseling and Traditional Group Counseling

A Comparison of Change Toward Self-actualization in Marathon Group Counseling and Traditional Group Counseling

Date: August 1971
Creator: Lathey, Robert Knowlton
Description: This study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of marathon group counseling and traditional group counseling in producing certain growth changes in their particular group members. The purpose of this study was to compare the relative effectiveness of these two group counseling methods and their relationship in producing changes in self-actualization, self-concept, and level of dogmatism.
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A Comparison of Small Study Groups and Traditional Classes on Acquaintance Volume, Reported Problems, and Academic Achievement

A Comparison of Small Study Groups and Traditional Classes on Acquaintance Volume, Reported Problems, and Academic Achievement

Date: August 1971
Creator: Reed, John Calvin
Description: The problem of this study was to determine the effect of a small-study-group method of teaching on the achievement, acquaintance volume, reported problems, and willingness to discuss problems of college students enrolled in Introduction to Psychology classes.
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A Comparison of Two Methods of Teaching Life Career Planning to Junior High School Students

A Comparison of Two Methods of Teaching Life Career Planning to Junior High School Students

Date: August 1971
Creator: Joyce, John F.
Description: The problem of this study was a comparison of two methods of teaching life career planning to junior high school students. In this study, the experimental group was taught by means of the Life Career game, and the control group was taught by a teacher-directed technique using more traditional methods and materials.
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A Descriptive Analysis of Selected Attitudes, Interests, and Personality Characteristics of Mature College Women

A Descriptive Analysis of Selected Attitudes, Interests, and Personality Characteristics of Mature College Women

Date: August 1971
Creator: Page, Mary Jean
Description: The problem of this study was to describe, by use of a questionnaire and selected testing instruments, mature college women enrolled in undergraduate curricula at a state supported university in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Factors of marital status, major fields of study, children, employment patterns age, part time and full time enrollment, family attitudes, regarding continuing education, and membership in ethnic groups were included in this study.
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A Descriptive Analysis of the Process of Client-centered Play Therapy

A Descriptive Analysis of the Process of Client-centered Play Therapy

Date: August 1971
Creator: Hendricks, Shirley Jo
Description: The problem of this study was a descriptive analysis of the process of client-centered play therapy. The purposes of this study were (l) to investigate and describe the patterns of play activities, nonverbal expressions, and verbal comments during the process of client-centered play therapy; (2) to determine whether phases of emotional and/or social development do exist during the process of client-centered play therapy; and, (3) to describe any identified phases of emotional and/or social development that exist during the process of client-centered play therapy.
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The Development of A Philosophy  for Advising Elementary Education Majors in their Selection of an Academic Area of Specialization

The Development of A Philosophy for Advising Elementary Education Majors in their Selection of an Academic Area of Specialization

Date: August 1971
Creator: Anthony, Virgil Allen, 1930-
Description: This study is concerned with the problem of providing a program of formal advising for aiding elementary education majors in their selection of an academic area of specialization. .
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Differences in Attitudes of Public School Students Toward Selected Drugs and the Relationship Between these Attitudes and Drug Knowledge

Differences in Attitudes of Public School Students Toward Selected Drugs and the Relationship Between these Attitudes and Drug Knowledge

Date: August 1971
Creator: Brown, Jim Mack, 1940-
Description: The problem was to identify the differences in attitudes of public school students at various educational levels toward selected drugs, and to determine the relationship between those attitudes and students' knowledge of drugs.
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