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The Relationship of Developmentally Appropriate Beliefs and Practices of Greek Kindergarten Teachers

The Relationship of Developmentally Appropriate Beliefs and Practices of Greek Kindergarten Teachers

Date: December 1997
Creator: Syrrakou, Ioanna
Description: Sixty Greek kindergarten teachers were surveyed regarding their teaching beliefs and practices using the Teachers Questionnaire based on guidelines recommended by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. A Varimax factor analysis produced four factors for the Teacher Belief Scale and five factors for the Instructional Activities Scale. Scores on developmentally appropriate factors were consistently higher than factors classified developmentally inappropriate. Correlation between appropriate beliefs and activities was significant (r = .470); correlation between inappropriate beliefs and practices was significant (r = .475). However, developmentally inappropriate beliefs were also positively correlated with developmentally appropriate practices (r = .537). Developmentally appropriate beliefs were not correlated with inappropriate practices. Results were discussed with possible theoretical and practical implications for future research and teacher development.
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The Relationship of Educational Experience to Job Performance and Job Satisfaction of Salesmen

The Relationship of Educational Experience to Job Performance and Job Satisfaction of Salesmen

Date: December 1971
Creator: Gabbert, John H., 1919-
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine the extent of the relationship between four measures of educational experience, a measure of job performance, and six dimensions of job satisfaction for a population engaged in outside sales.
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The Relationship of Electronic Reference and the Development of Distance Education Programs

The Relationship of Electronic Reference and the Development of Distance Education Programs

Date: May 27, 2010
Creator: Hoffman, Starr
Description: This presentation discusses the relationship of electronic reference and the development of distance education programs with data and research findings.
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The Relationship of Expectancy of Success to Objective Probability and Consequences of Performance

The Relationship of Expectancy of Success to Objective Probability and Consequences of Performance

Date: January 1968
Creator: Stephens, George Douglas
Description: The work reviews a article published by N. T. Feather about five approaches which relate to the analysis of behavior in a choice situation where a decision is made between alternatives having different subjective probabilities of attainment. The relationship between choice potential and success probability is affect by the type of situation in which the choice is made.
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The relationship of false self behavior to object relations, attachment, and adjustment

The relationship of false self behavior to object relations, attachment, and adjustment

Date: August 2000
Creator: Selby, Christine Louise Buntrock
Description: The focus of this investigation is to assess the relationship between false self behavior, object relations and attachment variables, and adjustment. Theory suggests that object relations and attachment are interrelated, and have been independently linked to psychological consequences. Theory also postulates a relationship between false self behavior and object relations theory. Given the interrelatedness of object relations and attachment theory it is possible that false self behavior may also be linked to attachment variables. While the relationship between object relations and false self behavior seems to have been established object relations theory and attachment theory have not been studied in tandem as related to false self behavior. In addition, this investigation will explore the relationship of adjustment variables to attachment and object relations variables. Undergraduate males and females will be solicited for participation, and will be asked to complete self-report questionnaires measuring false self behavior, object relations, attachment, and adjustment. The primary research hypothesis is that less false self behavior will be related to mature object relations, secure attachment, and fewer symptoms.
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The Relationship of Family Size upon Friendship Choices in the First Six Grades of the Northwest Elementary School, Justin, Texas

The Relationship of Family Size upon Friendship Choices in the First Six Grades of the Northwest Elementary School, Justin, Texas

Date: 1950
Creator: Pennington, Mada Lucille
Description: It is the purpose of this study to determine if there is any difference in the choice of friends of children in smaller families as related to those in larger families.
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The Relationship of Fifth-Grade Students' Self-Concepts and Attitudes toward Mathematics to Academic Achievement in Arithmetical Computation, Concepts, and Application

The Relationship of Fifth-Grade Students' Self-Concepts and Attitudes toward Mathematics to Academic Achievement in Arithmetical Computation, Concepts, and Application

Date: August 1971
Creator: Moore, Bobbie Dean
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine the interrelationship of self-concept and attitude toward mathematics to academic achievement in the areas of arithmetical computation, concepts, and application.
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The Relationship of Force on Myosin Subfragment 2 Region to the Coiled-Coiled Region of the Myosin Dimer

The Relationship of Force on Myosin Subfragment 2 Region to the Coiled-Coiled Region of the Myosin Dimer

Date: December 2011
Creator: Hall, Nakiuda M.
Description: The stability of myosin subfragment 2 was analyzed using gravitational force spectroscopy. The region was found to destabilize under physiological force loads, indicating the possibility that subfragment 2 may uncoil to facilitate actin binding during muscle contraction. As a control, synthetic cofilaments were produced to discover if the observations in the single molecule assay were due to the lack of the stability provided by the thick filament. Statistically, there was no difference between the single molecule assay data and the synthetic cofilament assay data. Thus, the instability of the region is due to intrinsic properties within subfragment 2.
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The Relationship of Health Knowledges to Health Practices of College Freshmen at North Texas State University

The Relationship of Health Knowledges to Health Practices of College Freshmen at North Texas State University

Date: May 1969
Creator: Fisher, Millard Jay
Description: The problem of this study was the relationship of health knowledges to health practices of college freshmen at North Texas State University.
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The Relationship of Hearing to School Achievement

The Relationship of Hearing to School Achievement

Date: 1948
Creator: Skelton, Zenobia
Description: The problem of this study is to determine the relationship of hearing to school achievement. More specifically, the problem is to compare the hard-of-hearing child with the normal hearing child of approximately the same intelligence quotient and similar home background in their academic progress in the elementary school to determine the educational loss due to this specific defect.
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