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An Analysis Of Changes In Self–Concept And Dogmatism In Counselor Trainees During A Short Term Ndea Institute, Brent Hinze Sep 1965

An Analysis Of Changes In Self–Concept And Dogmatism In Counselor Trainees During A Short Term Ndea Institute, Brent Hinze

All Master's Theses

The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the stability of, and the relationships between, personal adjustment and dogmatism during a period of time when the individuals concerned were undergoing intensive training in counselor education.


An Experimental Project To Determine The Effect Of Multiple Counseling On Academic Performance, Behavior, And Attendance Of Eighth Grade Students Who Are Underachievers, Chronic Absentees, And Behavior Problems, Leona Saunders Hawken Aug 1965

An Experimental Project To Determine The Effect Of Multiple Counseling On Academic Performance, Behavior, And Attendance Of Eighth Grade Students Who Are Underachievers, Chronic Absentees, And Behavior Problems, Leona Saunders Hawken

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine if multiple counseling can be effective in improving academic performance, attendance, and classroom behavior of eighth grade students who are identified as underachievers, minor behavior problems, and chronic absentees.


Group Counseling And Study Skill Methods Of Assisting Fifth And Sixth Grade Underachievers, Donald M. Whitney Aug 1965

Group Counseling And Study Skill Methods Of Assisting Fifth And Sixth Grade Underachievers, Donald M. Whitney

All Master's Theses

The hypotheses tested in this study are concerned with the efficacy of different methods of trying to aid underachievers. Specifically they are: 1. There is no difference in academic achievement as reflected in grade-point-average between students who received group counseling, special study instruction and no special treatment. 2. There is no difference in study skills as reflected by the Iowa Test of Basic Skills (Work Study Skills subtest) between students who received group counseling, special study instruction, and no special treatment. 3. There is no difference in social adjustment as measured by the Pupil Adjustment Rating Scale between students who ...