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Educational Psychology

Education

1960

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Reliability And Validity Of The Thematic Apperception Test Scored By The Discomfort-Relief Quotient, Donald W. Culbertson Dec 1960

Reliability And Validity Of The Thematic Apperception Test Scored By The Discomfort-Relief Quotient, Donald W. Culbertson

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to investigate scorer reliability of the Discomfort-Relief Quotient (DRQ) method of scoring applied to the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). A second aim was to investigate some of the interrelationships between Tension, as measured by DRQ, and (1) Grade Point Averages, (2) Number of Quarters spent at CWCE, (3) Practice Teaching Ratings, and (4) First-Year Teaching success.


Comparative Study Of Dropouts In The Yakima High Schools, Edna V. Miller Bailey Aug 1960

Comparative Study Of Dropouts In The Yakima High Schools, Edna V. Miller Bailey

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to find and to compare causes for dropouts from the non-high district students with those from the in-residence students; (2) to compare non-high district students and in-residence students as to age, days of attendance and absence, grade point average, intelligence, grade, dropout quarter, reason for dropout, graduation previous spring or re-entry in the fall, and previous subject of grade failure; and (3) to review the present Yakima secondary school curriculum.


An Investigation Of Certain Factors Related To Advancement In Pasco, Washington Schools, Margaret Anne Moore Aug 1960

An Investigation Of Certain Factors Related To Advancement In Pasco, Washington Schools, Margaret Anne Moore

All Master's Theses

The specific purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis that children who are not six until after starting school are not able to compete successfully with their older classmates in terms of promotions and grades.