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Intended And Unintended Overconsumption Of Physical, Spacial, And Temporal Resources., Carin Herlocker, Scott Allison, John D. Foubert, James Beggan Dec 1996

Intended And Unintended Overconsumption Of Physical, Spacial, And Temporal Resources., Carin Herlocker, Scott Allison, John D. Foubert, James Beggan

Scott T. Allison

Two studies explored perceptual biases on how resources are shared among groups of people. Intentional and unintentional processes were uncovered.


Effects Of A Sexual Assault Peer Education Program On Men's Belief In Rape Myths., John D. Foubert, Kenneth A. Marriott Dec 1996

Effects Of A Sexual Assault Peer Education Program On Men's Belief In Rape Myths., John D. Foubert, Kenneth A. Marriott

John D. Foubert

An all-male sexual assault peer education program was shown to lead to a decline in rape myth acceptance for two months among fraternity men.


Intended And Unintended Overconsumption Of Physical, Spacial, And Temporal Resources., Carin Herlocker, Scott Allison, John D. Foubert, James Beggan Dec 1996

Intended And Unintended Overconsumption Of Physical, Spacial, And Temporal Resources., Carin Herlocker, Scott Allison, John D. Foubert, James Beggan

John D. Foubert

Two studies explored perceptual biases on how resources are shared among groups of people. Intentional and unintentional processes were uncovered.


Cults On Campus: Perspectives From The Literature., John D. Foubert Dec 1995

Cults On Campus: Perspectives From The Literature., John D. Foubert

John D. Foubert

This article reviews research literature about college students who joins cults, how they are recruited, how they leave (or not), and different ideas for how college student administrators can handle this issue.


Effects Of Gender, Gender Role, And Individualized Trust On Self-Disclosure., John D. Foubert, Barbara Sholley Dec 1995

Effects Of Gender, Gender Role, And Individualized Trust On Self-Disclosure., John D. Foubert, Barbara Sholley

John D. Foubert

Effects of gender, gender role, and individualized trust on self disclosure was studied on 293 participants. An interaction between gender role and individualized trust revealed that the high self disclosure typical of androgynous individuals is restricted to those who are high trusting.


Overcoming Men's Defensiveness Toward Sexual Assault Programs: Learning To Help Survivors., John D. Foubert, Kenneth A. Marriott Dec 1995

Overcoming Men's Defensiveness Toward Sexual Assault Programs: Learning To Help Survivors., John D. Foubert, Kenneth A. Marriott

John D. Foubert

A unique new approach to overcoming men's defensiveness toward sexual assault prevention programs is described. By appealing to audience members as potential helpers of women who survive rape as opposed to addressing them as potential rapists, programmatic goals can be achieved.


A Review Of Research On Fraternities: On Balance, They're Worth Having., John D. Foubert Dec 1994

A Review Of Research On Fraternities: On Balance, They're Worth Having., John D. Foubert

John D. Foubert

Research on the college fraternity is reviewed pre-1995.


Unam, Espejo Del Mejor México Posible: La Universidad En El Contexto Educativo Nacional, Imanol Ordorika, Salvador Martínez Della Rocca Jan 1993

Unam, Espejo Del Mejor México Posible: La Universidad En El Contexto Educativo Nacional, Imanol Ordorika, Salvador Martínez Della Rocca

Imanol Ordorika

No abstract provided.


Counselor Impact On College Choice, Charles G. Eberly, Richard G. Johnson, Norman R. Stewart Oct 1991

Counselor Impact On College Choice, Charles G. Eberly, Richard G. Johnson, Norman R. Stewart

Charles G. Eberly

Determines the school counselors' impact on students' college choice. Design of questionnaire used in the survey; Distribution of time when students planned for college education; Mean ratings of college choice factors by sex and race.


Strategic Planning In Academe, Frank Cortez Flores Mar 1991

Strategic Planning In Academe, Frank Cortez Flores

Frank Cortez Flores

American higher education has been in a state of transition and upheaval since the founding of Harvard College in 1636, which is generally credited with the beginning of higher education in America. However, in an era of rapidly accelerating change, higher educational institutions today are confronted with a crisis of purpose, erosion of traditional values, declining public support, increasing competition for scarce resources, demands for accountability and a struggle for survival. At no time in the history of American higher education has it been more important for decision makers in colleges and universities to understand the dynamics of strategic planning ...


The Deanship: A Dimension Of Academic Leadership, Frank Cortez Flores Mar 1991

The Deanship: A Dimension Of Academic Leadership, Frank Cortez Flores

Frank Cortez Flores

The description in the literature of effective academic leaders is that these leaders are trustworthy, have a clear vision of their school's future, and are able to inspire a shared vision among divergent individuals and groups (Bennis and Norris, 1985). According to Dibden (1968), academic deans are concerned with the effective functioning of an educational unit, promoting scholarship among faculty, facilitating the development of academic programs that expand the intellect of students, and managing the academic budget. A prime assumption of this brief study is, arguably, as the chief administrative officer in an academic program, the dean is essential ...


Fund Raising In American Higher Education, Frank Cortez Flores Mar 1991

Fund Raising In American Higher Education, Frank Cortez Flores

Frank Cortez Flores

Philanthropic support of American higher education has a long tradition and the largest portion of that philanthropy has historically been directed to private institutions. However, both public and private higher educational institutions are confronted with serious questions concerning their financial stability. These institutions are considering alternative sources of funds. Therefore, it is important to investigate and analyze methods of increasing philanthropy to American higher education.


Final Report Of The Acquaintance/Date Rape Task Force, Bonnie Buckley, Rhonda Chasteen, Mike Ealy, Charles G. Eberly, Linda Leal, Melanie Rawlins, Diana Zuhone Oct 1990

Final Report Of The Acquaintance/Date Rape Task Force, Bonnie Buckley, Rhonda Chasteen, Mike Ealy, Charles G. Eberly, Linda Leal, Melanie Rawlins, Diana Zuhone

Charles G. Eberly

The Acquaintance/Date Rape Task Force was convened by V.P.S.A. Dr. Glen Williams to address concerns about the incidence of sexual assault on the EIU campus at the time. This is one of several such reports, and contains recommendations for institutional responses to prevent campus sexual assaults.


Survey Of Experiences With Sexual Aggression At Eastern Illinois University, Genie O. Lenihan, Melanie E. Rawlins, Charles G. Eberly, Betsy J. Masters Oct 1990

Survey Of Experiences With Sexual Aggression At Eastern Illinois University, Genie O. Lenihan, Melanie E. Rawlins, Charles G. Eberly, Betsy J. Masters

Charles G. Eberly

This paper is a report on a survey of sexually aggressive experiences as self-reported by a large sample of undergraduate students attending Eastern Illinois University. The results of the paper were later used to reduce the incidence of sexual violence at the institution.


Information Sources Used By High School Seniors, Charles G. Eberly Apr 1987

Information Sources Used By High School Seniors, Charles G. Eberly

Charles G. Eberly

College choice is a critical decision facing many high school students. Although some research has examined where students go for help in making college choices, few studies have examined how race or gender differences of the students or differences in their standardized test scores affect their information sources. Entering college freshmen (N=3,708) indicated which ~f nine information sources (college students, friends, high school counselor, college publication, family, alumni, high school teacher, newspaper, tel~vision) they used in selecting a college.

Responses were analyzed separately for females and males, blacks and whites, in each of four American College Testing ...


An Alternative Analysis For The Situational Attitudes Scale, Charles G. Eberly Mar 1972

An Alternative Analysis For The Situational Attitudes Scale, Charles G. Eberly

Charles G. Eberly

A re-analysis of the Situational Attitudes Scale (SAS) was conducted to investigate lts generality, validity and reliability and to suggest a more conservative method of analyzing the data. Three forms of the SAS were developed under the name Situational Attitude Inventory. Forms A and B corresponded to the originals; they tested attitudes toward whites and blacks, respectively, in varying social situations. Form c was developed to test the validity of the social situations for differentiation among alternative referents, which included welfare, age, ethnicity, and physical characteristics. The SAS was administered to a random sample of new freshman and transfer students ...


Building And Maintaining A Chapter Library: A Guide, Charles G. Eberly Jan 1970

Building And Maintaining A Chapter Library: A Guide, Charles G. Eberly

Charles G. Eberly

No abstract provided.


Residence Hall Program And Perception Of University Environment, Charles G. Eberly, Eugene J. Cech Jan 1968

Residence Hall Program And Perception Of University Environment, Charles G. Eberly, Eugene J. Cech

Charles G. Eberly

I have always maintained that at-risk students were often blamed for their lack of success, rather than supported to overcome their prior educational challenges. As a second year residence hall director I had the privilege of working in a building with two distant wings. With the support of my mentor, Dr. Eugene J. Cech, Director of Testing, we developed a residence life program designed to assist summer lower-quarter high school graduates to be successful in college. The quality of residence life does make a difference. The journal, College Student Survey, no longer appears to be published.