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A study of the resident assistants? influence on students living in residence halls regarding academic, personal, and social development
This study determined what impact the resident assistants (RAs) have on the students in the residence halls regarding academic concerns, personal development, and social behavior.
Annual Report 1978/79
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Murphy Library, 1979)
Determination of body density in prepubescent males, age 7-11
The purpose of this investigation was to develop a reliable technique for determining body density in prepubescent males, age 7-11. Reliability was assessed by test-retest of 41 prepubescent males (X age 9.3 years, SD + ...
Effects of an educational program on smoking in teenage girls
A six-lesson educational smoking unit containing factual information, value clarification techniques, individual problem solving, small and large group discussion, and activity projects was designed to determine the effects ...
Environmental education instructional unit for junior high school grades
The purpose of this project was: 1. ...to develop a unit of instructional materials related to environmental education. 2. ...to construct or select activities that are especially appropriate for junior high school-age ...
The effect of interviewee sex and nonverbal behavior on the evaluations of student raters in a simulated employment interview
The purpose of this study was to reexamine the contention of McGovern, Jones, and Morris (1978) that students can identify the difference between "good" and "bad" nonverbal behavior in a way similar to professional personnel ...
An analysis of the location of the takeoff foot in the pole vault
This study observed cinematographically, the takeoff step in the pole vault. Thirty-eight vaults ranging from 13.5 ft. to 15.0 ft. taken from 10 Ss were analyzed with 2 hypotheses being tested. Films were taken at 100 ...
A history of boys' interscholastic athletics at Cashton High School, Cashton, Wisconsin
The purpose of this paper was to trace the development of boys' interscholastic athletics at Cashton High School, Cashton, Wisconsin. The most notable reasons for this study were to provide tangible evidence of the ...
A comparison study of the maximum aerobic capacity of children with and without innocent heart murmurs
This study was designed to investigate the differences in maximum oxygen consumption (VO2) in children with and without an innocent heart murmur. Data was collected on 15 children diagnosed with an innocent heart murmur ...
The theories of Jean Piaget: what they mean for special education; an educational program; the effect of self-recording and verbal praise on the reading comprehension rate of an eight year old male
The purpose in this paper was to review the literature on the theories of Jean Piaget as they relate to special education. A basic overview of Piaget's theory of intellectual development is presented. Included are his ideas ...