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School phobia: causes and treatments
This study examined the causes and treatments of school phobia from the behavioral, the psychodynamic, and the psychopharmacological perspectives. School phobia is the most commonly seen phobia in school age children. ...
A definition of sexual harassment at two universities
This research proposed to determine and evaluate the difference in perception of sexual harassment of males and females by age and university status, both in the employment and academic settings on a university campus.
A Census and Basic Needs Survey of the Hmong Population of La Crosse
A survey was developed and implemented to acquire information regarding the demographic nature of the La Crosse Hmong population and their specific needs. The information documented was: total population and ages, English ...
Adolescent school phobia: its causes, treatments, and implications
This study examined the causes, characteristics, and treatments of adolescent school phobia. School phobia is the most commonly seen phobia in school age children and adolescents. Students who experience school phobia ...
A comparison of two circuit strength training programs on strength development of university aged males and females
Twenty-four male and 29 female Ss were tested for strength development throughout a 2 day per week, 12 week circuit strength training program using Universal Gym equipment. Subjects were randomly divided into 2 training ...
Mainstreaming: modifications and interventions for mainstreaming mildly academically handicapped students in regular education
Mainstreaming has been receiving increased attention following the implementation of the 1975 Education for All Handicapped Children Act and related judicial decisions. Teachers in regular classes have been asked to ...
The effects of a music stimulus on heart rate, blood pressure, VO2, duration, and perceived exertion of performance at submaximal
This study examined the effects of music on heart rate response, blood pressure response, oxygen uptake, duration, and perceived exertion of subjects during three submaximal exercise tests. A music stimulus (fast tempo ...
Energy cost of walking with and without hand weights while performing rhythmic arm movements
The purpose of this study was to determine the energy cost of walking while performing hand-weighted exercises. Ss, 15 active healthy males (x=48.9 yrs), walked at 3.0 performing the following: normal walk (NW), and rhythmic ...
A comparison of three groups of international students regarding their interest in returning to their home countries
This study investigated, by means of a self-report questionnaire, plans and expectations held by graduating international students at the University of Houston regarding re-entry to their home countries following the ...
Analysis of athletic performance and personality type of University of Wisconsin-La Crosse footbal players for 1984
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has become a very popular inventory in the fields of academic and vocational counseling. Even the skeptics, who argue that the MBTI does not represent a successful operationalization ...