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Alienation And Race-Related Stress: A Comparison Of Clinical And Counseling Psychology Students Of African Descent, Kenya T. Humphries Jan 2002

Alienation And Race-Related Stress: A Comparison Of Clinical And Counseling Psychology Students Of African Descent, Kenya T. Humphries

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Families And Learning In Classified And Non-Classified First Graders, Howard Baigas Jan 2002

Families And Learning In Classified And Non-Classified First Graders, Howard Baigas

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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The Measurement Of Optimism And Hope In Relation To College Student Retention And Academic Success , Patrick John Barlow Jan 2002

The Measurement Of Optimism And Hope In Relation To College Student Retention And Academic Success , Patrick John Barlow

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Consistent with research approaches in positive psychology, the variables of optimism and hope were investigated to determine what role these constructs had in the retention and academic success of college students. A sample of 282 students (172 women, 111 men) from a large midwestern university, supplemented by 82 collateral reporters (friends or relatives of the students), participated in the study. Each participant completed a questionnaire including Scheier and Carvers' Life Orientation Test (LOT); Peterson, Semrnel, von Baeyer, Abramson, Metalsky, and Seligmans' Attributional Style Questionnaire (ASQ), and C. R. Snyder's Adult Trait Hope Scale (HOPE) along with measures of depression ...


A Program Evaluation Of A Living-Learning Housing Option At A Large Midwestern University , Sharon Smith Thompson Jan 2002

A Program Evaluation Of A Living-Learning Housing Option At A Large Midwestern University , Sharon Smith Thompson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The present study examined the impact of a living-learning housing option on residents' academic behavior, cognitions (i.e., academic self-efficacy and attributions for academic outcomes), achievement, retention at the university, and level of satisfaction with their living environment. Residents of Maple, the program hall, were compared to residents of Larch, a non-program hall that was similar to Maple in size and location. Background and outcome data were obtained through official university records, as well as through questionnaires completed by residents of both halls at the beginning of the fall semester and toward the end of the spring semester.;The results ...