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Quantitative Research Projects In Psychology, Tabitha Joyner, Keely Dugan, Sarah Johnson Apr 2019

Quantitative Research Projects In Psychology, Tabitha Joyner, Keely Dugan, Sarah Johnson

Scholar Week 2016 - present

Students will present their quantitative research from the 2018-2019 academic year.


The Nature Of Conflict In Sport: Development And Validation Of The Group Conflict Questionnaire, Kyle F. Paradis Mar 2014

The Nature Of Conflict In Sport: Development And Validation Of The Group Conflict Questionnaire, Kyle F. Paradis

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

The purpose of the present dissertation was to develop a questionnaire to assess intra-group conflict in sport teams. To this end, the current dissertation consisted of three phases which followed a logical progression that is typical in the questionnaire development process. A total of (N = 752) participants took part in the three phases (Phase 1: N = 10; Phase 2: N = 437; Phase 3: N = 305).

Phase 1 was a qualitative investigation of athletes’ (N = 10) perceptions of the nature of conflict in sport. This phase was undertaken to gain a better understanding of the conflict phenomenon in sport groups. Results ...


An Understanding Of Moral Philosophy Classifications And Social Risk In Relation To Decision-Making, John Vincent Wood Jan 2001

An Understanding Of Moral Philosophy Classifications And Social Risk In Relation To Decision-Making, John Vincent Wood

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this study was to look at the relationships between moral philosophy classification and elements of risk, which in turn effect overall decision-making processes. Specifically, two moral philosophy classification were examined: utilitarian and egoism.


Factors Influencing Managers' Satisfaction In A Working-Relationship With An External Consultant, Stefanie Ann Pressl Jan 2001

Factors Influencing Managers' Satisfaction In A Working-Relationship With An External Consultant, Stefanie Ann Pressl

Theses Digitization Project

This study proposed a model to specify the influence of negative expectations of the manager in regard to working with a consultant, the level of cynicism of the manager, the client-consultant relationship and the level of management change skills on a manager's client satisfaction.


An Investigation Of Mentoring Relationships: What Factors Contribute To Satisfaction?, Megan Elizabeth Mccusker Jan 1998

An Investigation Of Mentoring Relationships: What Factors Contribute To Satisfaction?, Megan Elizabeth Mccusker

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.