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You Really Just Did That!? Pet Peeves of College Advisors and Advisees
This study analyzed annoying, bothersome, or irritating behaviors of advisees and advisors at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire by deploying the Critical Incidence Technique (Flanagan, 1954).
Does an Undergraduate Aging and the Aged Course Have an Impact On Students' Attitudes Towards Working With Older Adults?
The purpose of this study was to better understand undergraduate students' attitudes toward older adults, as well as to find out whether taking a course on aging impacts students' attitudes towards older adults.
Investigation of Student Attitudes and Understanding in General Chemistry
Our hypothesis was that students who were given an inquiry-based laboratory experiment would have measurable improvements in understanding and attitude versus the students given a traditional laboratory experiment.
What Kinds of Beverages Do College Students Prefer?
The main purpose of this study was to explore which beverages college students preferred depending upon the time of day, and to determine if their chosen beverage affected their mood.
Predictors of Mental Illness Stigma Among College Students
The purpose of the current research is to evaluate a model of mental illness stigma that replicates and extends previous findings, and that incorporates measures of demographic variables, social contact, and worldview ...
College Students and Familial Communication
The purpose of this study is to investigate college students’ perceptions of family communication before and during the transition to college. The study surveyed first-generation and non-firstgeneration undergraduates, ...
Student Mindsets : Exploring the Undergraduate Research Classroom
Undergraduate research experiences improve confidence and understanding in the research process, as well as subsequent coursework. In the applied discipline of speech-language pathology/audiology, understanding the connections ...
How Do Traditional and Non-Traditional Students at UW-Eau Claire View School Policies Related to Class Performance?
The goal of the current exploratory study was to become better-informed about the potential disparities that exist between traditional and nontraditional students and professors in terms of their opinions about university ...
The Real Test : Can College Students Reason About Evidence?
Scientific literacy is considered essential in modern society (Anelli, 2011), where reasoning skills and knowledge of the scientific process can help citizens evaluate claims about food, relationships, health, climate ...
Perceptions of Marketing : An Analysis of Differences and Commonalities Among Business and Non-Business Majors
There have been very limited assessments of the perceptions and beliefs about marketing. If knowledge about negative or incorrect perceptions exist, then these issues should be incorporated into the course content of the ...