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A Comparison of Two Techniques of Using Sociometric Data for Effecting Change in the Sociometric Status of the Least-Preferred Children in Grades Three through Six

Description: The problem of this study was to ascertain the effectiveness of two techniques for encouraging teachers to use sociometric data to effect change in the sociometric status of the least-preferred children in their classrooms.
Date: August 1969
Creator: Strain, Joe Patrick

Selected Physiological and Biochemical Studies on Blue-Green Algae

Description: Twenty-two different unialgal clonal isolates have been obtained at random for experimental purposes over a period of about one year. Also, during this period, at least 12 other species or strains have been isolated into unialgal cultures which had not yet been identified and/or significantly cleared of heterotrophic contaminants.
Date: August 1969
Creator: Wyatt, Jimmy T. (Jimmy Trueman), 1922-

Anxieties of White and Negro Elementary and Secondary Student Teachers in Biracial Participation

Description: The purposes of this study were to determine the extent to which anxieties are created among student teachers by assigning Negro or white student teachers to cooperating teachers of the opposite race, and to analyze the implications of the anxiety on white and Negro student teachers for teacher education institutions interested in the optimum adjustment of student teachers.
Date: January 1970
Creator: Carter, Vertie Lee

The Role of Administrative Assistant in Higher Education as Perceived by College and University Presidents Throughout the United States

Description: The problem of this study was the status of administrative assistants in higher education with special emphasis on (1) the role of the administrative assistant, (2) the internship aspects of the position, as perceived by college and university presidents throughout the United States, and (3) the professional qualifications held by persons filling positions as administrative assistants.
Date: August 1969
Creator: Morris, Jim R.

The Effects of Multisensory Perceptual Training on Reading and Perceptual Development at the First-Grade Level

Description: This was a study designed to investigate the effects of three independent variables in first-grade reading instruction on reading achievement and perceptual development. The independent variables included initial readiness level, type of instructional method, and sex of pupil. The major purpose of this study was to use an experimental setting to determine the relative effects of a multi-sensory perceptual training program combined with a basal-instruction program, as contrasted to an entirely conventional basal-reading program, on first-grade reading achievement and perceptual development during a school year.
Date: 1969
Creator: Nichols, Edith E.

The Immune Response of Guinea Pigs as Influenced by Hypobaric Pressure and Normoxic Environment (Part I); Membrane Filter-Fluorescent-Antibody Method for Detection and Enumeration of Bacteria in Water (Part II)

Description: In this work experimental design and tests were established to determine whether antibody production in guinea pigs injected with a bacterial antigen is Influenced by the environment of simulated high altitude with normoxic conditions. Hematological and electrophoretic studies were simultaneously run with the antibody determinations as a check on related responses of the animals.
Date: August 1969
Creator: Reeder, Dennis James

Self-Concept, Personality Adjustment, and Measurable Intelligence of Delinquent Boys

Description: The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the change in self-concept, personality adjustment, and measurable intelligence of delinquent boys after a period of training received in the State Training School for Boys operated by the Texas Youth Council at Gatesville, Texas. Inherent in the study was an attempt to isolate factors which can be assumed to identify those individuals who might be more likely to profit from the training received.
Date: August 1969
Creator: Robbins, William Callaway, 1912-

Light and Electron Microscope Studies on the Chemotherapeutic Effect of a Combination of Dimethyl Sulfoxide and Hematoxylin on a Transplantable Lymphosarcoma

Description: Investigations concerning the cellular response of tumor tissue to treatment with dimethyl sulfoxide and hematoxylin have not been reported. To establish the response of neoplastic tissue and cells to this combination of agents, this study was undertaken to determine the effects of dimethyl sulfoxide and hematoxylin on a transplantable lymphosarcoma in mice.
Date: January 1970
Creator: Rogers, Thomas D., 1939-

An Analysis of Selected Characteristics of Persons Twenty-Five and Older Seeking Teacher Certification

Description: The purposes of this study were (1) to describe the persons twenty-five and older entering the teacher education program and seeking certification, and (2) to compare the persons twenty-five and older with a "typical" group of persons under twenty-five with respect to (a) ability, as measured by the Cooperative School and College Ability Test, (b) factors for entering teaching, as measured by "Factors Influencing the Decision to Become a Teacher," (c) attitudes held toward teaching, as measured by the Kerlinger Education Attitude Scale, (d) professional aspirations, and (e) role expectations, as measured by the Teacher Practices. Questionnaire.
Date: June 1970
Creator: Brooks, Robert Lee

The Effects of Three Experimental Presentations on the Acquisition of Vocabulary by Graduate Students

Description: The first purpose of this study was to ascertain the gains in vocabulary of three selected groups of graduate students presented material by different methods: audio, visual, and audio-visual. The second purpose of this study was to determine whether these gains were maintained after a lapse of time of four weeks.
Date: June 1970
Creator: Brumbach, Virginia Whitcomb

The Interacting Effects of Anxiety Levels, Task Complexity, and Warm-Up Conditions on Learning a Serial Type Motor Task

Description: The major purpose of this study was to determine the effects of manifest anxiety, task complexity, and warm-up conditions on learning a two-phase serial type motor task. Another purpose was to consider the implications of these effects for physical educators, coaches, and others interested in improving educational practices and securing optimum performance levels.
Date: June 1970
Creator: Craig, Bruce Porter

An Investigation of Sturctured Aural, Sturctured Visual, and Unstructured Group Counseling Techniques with Elementary School Children

Description: The purposes of this study were as follows: (1) to ascertain and compare the effect on self-concept, sociometric status including an index of emotional expansiveness, teacher-rated behavior and grades of three group counseling techniques (a structured aural stimulus approach, a structured visual stimulus approach, and an unstructured approach) upon sixth-grade subjects; (2) to compare the subjects involved in these three types of group counseling sessions with subjects in an control group; (3) to compare the differences in effects of the three techniques separately upon girls and upon boys; and (4) to analyze the implications of these findings for elementary school counselors and teachers.
Date: June 1970
Creator: Crow, Mary Lynn Cox

The Relationship of Physical Education to the Personal-Social Growth of Elementary School Children

Description: The primary purpose of this study is to determine to what extent pupils who are found to be in the lowest third of their class on sociometric questions, a self-esteem inventory, and an attitude toward school scale can be helped in improving their status by calculated efforts to do so.
Date: January 1970
Creator: Del Forge, Clarence Joe

The Effects of Written Comment on Expository Composition

Description: This study was planned to investigate the effects of written comments on the expository compositions of eleventh-grade students using a cross section of ability groups. Data for combined groups and data for high-, middle-, and low-ability groups were used to determine whether one type of comment was more effective than another in improving the quantity and quality of student compositions and in improving student attitudes toward composition. Teachers may use the findings as a guide to what kinds of comments are most effective in reinforcing good writing skills and attitudes.
Date: June 1970
Creator: Gee, Thomas C., 1940-