The primary purpose of this study was to determine whether
there were significant differences between Oregon community
college collegiate freshmen and Oregon State University freshmen in
terms of interest, values, and manifest needs.
The study was limited to a representative sample of the freshman
population in the lower-division collegiate program...
A unique aspect of this study is that it involves an unusually
large number of individuals of American Indian descent. The sample
population was composed of those Indian members of the 1962 high
school graduating class from a six-state area. The selected graduates
came from local public, Bureau of Indian...
Purpose: This investigation was conducted to determine
whether or not teachers and students perceive the environmental press
of a secondary school differently, and whether or not teacher groups
and student groups vary in their perceptions.
Conceptual Framework: "Press" i s a construct which expresses
the assumption of elements in the...
The purpose of this study was to ascertain the usefulness of
sensitivity training with wives of graduate students in decreasing
role tension resulting from the husband's participation in an advanced
degree-seeking program and to assess the effect of professional endeavor
of wives upon marital integration.
Three groups for comparison were...
The study investigated the effect of family group consultation. Specific
hypotheses to be examined were:
1. Family group consultation is productive in helping individuals move
toward more effective behavior as measured by the increase in
correlation between self sort and the ideal sort at the end of consultation.
The study was designed to test the effectiveness of a counselor
training experience which used pre-recorded client statements as the
instructional medium. The principal objective of instruction was to
teach counselor trainees to differentiate between the affective and
cognitive content of client statements and to respond in ways which...