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1991

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Ithaca College

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The Lasting Effects Of Instruction In And Supervision Through Academic Learning Time-Physical Education On Teaching Behaviors As Measured By Cheffers' Adaptation Of Flanders' Interaction Analysis System, Stuart L. Dean Jan 1991

The Lasting Effects Of Instruction In And Supervision Through Academic Learning Time-Physical Education On Teaching Behaviors As Measured By Cheffers' Adaptation Of Flanders' Interaction Analysis System, Stuart L. Dean

Ithaca College Theses

This study investigated the long-term effects of instruction in and supervision through Academic Learning Time-Physical Education (ALT-PE) on teaching behaviors as measured by Cheffers' Adaptation of Flanders' Interaction Analysis System (CAFIAS).

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Attentional And Anxiety Measures Of Division I And Iii Soccer Athletes, Gregory Allister Brown Jan 1991

Attentional And Anxiety Measures Of Division I And Iii Soccer Athletes, Gregory Allister Brown

Ithaca College Theses

This study examined the differences between attentional styles and anxiety measures for Division I and III soccer players.

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The Lasting Effects Of Instruction And Supervision Through Academic Learning Time-Physical Education On The Relationship Between Perceived And Observed Students' Behaviors, Carol Collinson Higgins Jan 1991

The Lasting Effects Of Instruction And Supervision Through Academic Learning Time-Physical Education On The Relationship Between Perceived And Observed Students' Behaviors, Carol Collinson Higgins

Ithaca College Theses

The lasting effects of instruction and supervision through Academic Learning Time-Physical Education (ALT-PE) on the relationship between perceived and observed behaviors of physical education student teachers and their students were investigated.

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