The Effects of a Brain-based Learning Strategy, Mind Mapping, on Achievement of Adults in a Training Environment with Considerations to Learning Styles and Brain Hemisphericity

The Effects of a Brain-based Learning Strategy, Mind Mapping, on Achievement of Adults in a Training Environment with Considerations to Learning Styles and Brain Hemisphericity

Date: May 1999
Creator: Williams, Marian H. (Marian Haile)
Description: This study examined the effectiveness of Mind Mapping (a diagram of the structure of ideas in an associative manner, using graphics, color and key words) as a note-taking device in a training course in a large, high-tech corporation, as compared to traditional note-taking. The population for this study consisted of personnel employed by a major high-tech firm, that had voluntarily registered for a Mind Mapping training class. The effect of Mind Mapping was measured by the pre-test and post-test of the control and experimental groups.
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A Study of the Effect of Teacher - Pupil Ratio upon the Child's Achievement

A Study of the Effect of Teacher - Pupil Ratio upon the Child's Achievement

Date: August 1938
Creator: Tate, Curtis Baxter
Description: This study examines the impact that classroom size makes on the development of secondary students. To gather data, the author focused on Leverett's Chapel School near Kilgore, Texas.
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Male-female Perceptions of Male and Female High and Low Achievement Using the Semantic Differential

Male-female Perceptions of Male and Female High and Low Achievement Using the Semantic Differential

Date: August 1973
Creator: Edwards, C. Malinowski
Description: The purpose of the present study was to examine 1) the effect of achievement information on evaluations of males and females, 2) male and female expectations of discrepancies between their opposite sex and themselves in evaluating achievement.
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The Relationship between Achievement Motivation and Academic Achievement in Elementary School Children

The Relationship between Achievement Motivation and Academic Achievement in Elementary School Children

Date: January 1962
Creator: Maxwell, Roy Thomas
Description: This study was made to determine the relationship between n Achievement, the McClelland technique measure of achievement motivation obtained from picture-story protocols, and academic achievement in elementary school children. The California Achievement Tests Battery was used as the criterion for academic achievement.
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A Study of the Relationship between the Need to Achieve, Field Independence, and Grade Point Average of College Students

A Study of the Relationship between the Need to Achieve, Field Independence, and Grade Point Average of College Students

Date: August 1969
Creator: Henderson, Carol D. Clanton
Description: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among the need to achieve, field independence, and grade-point average.
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Relationship Between Intelligence as Determined by the California Test of Mental Maturity and Achievement in the Seventh Grade

Relationship Between Intelligence as Determined by the California Test of Mental Maturity and Achievement in the Seventh Grade

Date: 1949
Creator: Purvis, L. C.
Description: The problem of this study was to find ways of improving and enriching the curriculum through the use of the intelligence quotients obtained from the California Test of Mental Maturity. To reveal some of the needs of the curriculum and also to reveal the possibilities and limitations of testing for intelligence, statistical relationships between intelligence quotients and academic achievement as measured by both teacher marks and achievement tests were determined.
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A Comparison of Boys' and Girls' Achievement Scores and Teacher Ratings

A Comparison of Boys' and Girls' Achievement Scores and Teacher Ratings

Date: 1951
Creator: Kilpatrick, Inez Speer
Description: It is the primary purpose of this study to determine any differences in the achievement abilities and teacher ratings of the boys and girls of equal intelligence quotients in the fifth, sixth, and seventh grades of the Alvord Elementary School, Alvord, Texas. A secondary purpose is to make a study of the environmental background of a number of pupils in order to determine certain other factors that might be considered as producing some influence upon the success or failure of the boy or girl.
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The Relationship between Scholastic Motivation and Psychological Needs

The Relationship between Scholastic Motivation and Psychological Needs

Date: January 1966
Creator: Welborn, Charles B.
Description: The present study was designed to investigate, in an academic situation, the relation between achievement motivation--a "wish to master" or "desire to do well"--and certain psychological needs by the use of two psychometric instruments. These instruments were the Brown-Holzman Survey of Study Habits and Attitudes (SSHA) and the Edwards Personal Preference Schedule (EPPS).
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Relationships between Level of Aspiration and Psychological Needs at the College Level

Relationships between Level of Aspiration and Psychological Needs at the College Level

Date: January 1966
Creator: Skelton, Sanford Kent
Description: The concept of level of aspiration bears directly on goal setting behavior; it is a convenient and important variable in understanding human motivation in a variety of situations. Thus it was the purpose of this study to investigate the relationships between levels of aspiration and the psychological needs of achievement, dominance, autonomy, change, and aggression.
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The Relationship of Violence to the Ability, Achievement, and Adjustment of Sixth-Grade Children

The Relationship of Violence to the Ability, Achievement, and Adjustment of Sixth-Grade Children

Date: August 1970
Creator: Garrish, Eunice
Description: The purpose of this research was to compare the scores on the variables of ability, achievement, and adjustment in an effort to locate areas wherein the children who perceive and project verbally a high amount of violence are significantly different from children who perceive and project a low amount of violence.
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