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An analysis of the findings reported in previous sec-
tions of this study led to the conclusion that apparently
m more measurable benefits were derived from teaching per-
sonality development a* a separate unit than as an Integral
part of the home economies program. Two major limitations
were recognised? first, the two groups were not comparable
in age, classification, homemaking Instruction, or social
experience; and second, the number participating is the ex-
periment was to© small for results to be conclusive.
The investigator also concluded that because the more
advanced group members were more aware of their problems
and more interested In discussing Item, they might have made
more progress had they studied their personality problems
as a special unit. The younger group members might have
made as much or more progress Mi they studied their prob-
lems as they arose and as an integral part of the homemaking
program. Since limited experience, background, and a more
limited span of attention Indicate less extensive and in-
tensive treatment of personal problems at the freshman and
sophomore levels, work with varied problems dealing with the
improvement of home and family life might have provided bet-
ter opportunity for the development of understandings, atti-
tudes, and behavior coamtensurate with the growing needs of
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Fagg, Carmen Bernice. Relative Effectiveness of Two Methods of Teaching Personal Development to Homemaking Girls, thesis, 1950; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130210/m1/38/: accessed May 29, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .