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The Interrelatedness of Student Teachers' Temperament Traits, Their Attitudes toward Youth, and Their Teacher-Pupil Interpersonal Problems

The Interrelatedness of Student Teachers' Temperament Traits, Their Attitudes toward Youth, and Their Teacher-Pupil Interpersonal Problems

Date: August 1962
Creator: Williams, Donald Earl, 1922-
Description: The present study is an investigation into the interrelatedness of student teachers' temperament traits, their attitudes toward youth, as measured by appropriate testing instruments, and the interpersonal teacher-pupil problems encountered by the respondents during their student teaching experience.
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Interrelation of Personality Measurements

Interrelation of Personality Measurements

Date: August 1954
Creator: Pettit, Sophie L.
Description: The purpose of this paper is to investigate one method of understanding why man behaves as he does--personality tests.
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The Interrelationship of College Press, Student Needs and Academic Aptitudes as Measured by Grade Point Average in a Southern Denominational College

The Interrelationship of College Press, Student Needs and Academic Aptitudes as Measured by Grade Point Average in a Southern Denominational College

Date: January 1968
Creator: Bennett, James Weldon
Description: The problem of this study was to determine the relationship between certain non-intellectual variables and academic achievement.
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The Interrelationship of Macro- and Microbenthos to Substrate Characteristics in Lake Ray Roberts Texas

The Interrelationship of Macro- and Microbenthos to Substrate Characteristics in Lake Ray Roberts Texas

Date: May 1995
Creator: Yeager, Phillip E.
Description: The objective of this research was to determine if physical and microbial sediment characterizations could be used to explain benthic macroinvertebrate distribution in two branches of Lake Ray Roberts, Texas.
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The Interrelationship of Secondary Student Teacher's Sociability, Teaching Field, and Method of Instruction

The Interrelationship of Secondary Student Teacher's Sociability, Teaching Field, and Method of Instruction

Date: May 1963
Creator: Crosthwait, Charles, 1929-
Description: This problem involves an effort to determine the interrelationship of groups of secondary student teachers' sociabilities, first teaching field choice and preference of lecture or group method of instruction.
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The Interrelationship of Sociempathic Ability, Self Concept, Sociometric Status and Teaching Effectiveness of Student Teachers

The Interrelationship of Sociempathic Ability, Self Concept, Sociometric Status and Teaching Effectiveness of Student Teachers

Date: January 1963
Creator: Biggerstaff, Edwin Levi
Description: The major problem to be investigated consists of four phases: 1) the investigation of the relationship of sociempathic ability to self concept, sociometric status, mental ability, student teaching, and teaching effectiveness of elementary and secondary student teachers, and the relationship between sociometric status and self concept; 2) an investigation of the relationship of self concept and sociometric status to the teaching effectiveness of elementary and secondary student teachers; 3) a comparison of elementary and secondary student teachers on the strength of the relationships mentioned above, and on mean scores in self concept, sociempathic ability and mental ability; and 4) an investigation to determine if differences in self concept ratings exist among subject major groups of secondary student teachers, and to determine if there are differences between the sexes with regard to sociempathic ability.
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The Interrelationships among Anxiety, Intelligence, and Academic Achievement in College Students

The Interrelationships among Anxiety, Intelligence, and Academic Achievement in College Students

Date: May 1969
Creator: Combs, Don Carlos
Description: It was the purpose of this study to investigate the nature of the relationships among anxiety, achievement, and intelligence. It was deduced that anxiety and intelligence work together mainly at the level of average intelligence. At this level, the addition of drive in the form of anxiety increases performance level, while a lack of drive or anxiety decreases that level. The influence of anxiety on academic achievement is insignificant at other levels due to the overriding effects of intelligence.
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Interrelationships among Religious Orientation, Church Attendance, and Certain Personality Variables of Female Neuropsychiatric Patients

Interrelationships among Religious Orientation, Church Attendance, and Certain Personality Variables of Female Neuropsychiatric Patients

Date: June 1967
Creator: Morris, Marvin Leon
Description: This study investigates the interrelationships among religious orientation, church attendance, and certain personality variable of female neuropsychiatric patients.
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Interrelationships Between Children's Perceptions of Parents, Teacher Ratings, and Human Figure Drawings

Interrelationships Between Children's Perceptions of Parents, Teacher Ratings, and Human Figure Drawings

Date: December 1971
Creator: Coakley, Barry S.
Description: This study investigated the relationship between children's perception of parents as loving or rejecting and the general emotional adjustment of these children. Emotional adjustment was reflected by behavior within a regular classroom as observed by the teacher and by performance on a projective personality test.
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Interrelationships between Measures of Personal-social Adjustment and Measures of Improvement in a Hospital Setting

Interrelationships between Measures of Personal-social Adjustment and Measures of Improvement in a Hospital Setting

Date: January 1970
Creator: Koehn, Sharon
Description: The purposes of this study were (1) to explore the possibility that sociometry can be a valuable prognostic method in milieu therapy, and (2) to investigate the validity of the "Draw-a-Group" (DAG) projective technique for measuring interpersonal responsiveness.
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