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3. It may be concluded that student grade level
does influence vocational attitudes.
4. It may be concluded that student I.Q. scores
correlate with vocational attitude scores, but it may not
be concluded that student intelligence is a significant
determinant of student vocational attitudes.
5. It may be concluded that student sex does have
a significant impact upon vocational attitudes.
6. It may be concluded that increased predictability
of student vocational attitude scores results by using more
than one predictor variable.
As a result of this study, additional research is
recommended to clarify the impact of grade level and
textbook materials on student vocational attitudes.
Particular attention should be given to the curvilinear
relationship that seems to exist in regard to the grade
level variable. Another area of major concern for future
research is a more precise explanation of what influence
textbooks and/or other classroom materials have on student
vocational attitudes. Additional studies are also
recommended in the area of teacher bias and the various
procedures that might be designed to change student
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King, Francis Michael. A Study of the Correlates of Vocational Bias in Elementary Students, dissertation, August 1974; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc501194/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .