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Omori, Megumi; Feldhaus, Heather – College Student Journal, 2015
Although undergraduate students are often involved in academic research as volunteers, paid assistants or to receive extra-credit, very little attention has been paid to how well these students perform when they assist researchers. The current study compares the number of surveys gathered at a large local event and the number of missing entries…
Descriptors: Grades (Scholastic), Student Motivation, Comparative Analysis, Higher Education
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Blau, Gary; DiMino, John; Sheridan, Natalie; Pred, Robert S.; Beverly, Clyde; Chessler, Marcy – College Student Journal, 2015
The Young Schema Questionnaire (YSQ) in either long-form (205- item) or short-form (75-item or 90-item) versions has demonstrated its clinical usefulness for assessing early maladaptive schemas. However, even a 75 or 90-item "short form", particularly when combined with other measures, can represent a lengthy…
Descriptors: Testing, Questionnaires, Undergraduate Students, Higher Education
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Krieg, Dana Balsink – College Student Journal, 2013
Increasing numbers of students are experiencing difficulty adjusting to college. Violated expectations of college may increase the stress experienced across the college career. Therefore, 36 college students were assessed prior to matriculation, during the first year and during the senior year. Expectations and experiences of academics, social…
Descriptors: College Students, Higher Education, Expectation, Comparative Analysis
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Brazelton, Elizabeth W.; Frandsen, John C.; McKown, Delos B.; Brown, Charles D. – College Student Journal, 1999
A questionnaire was developed and administered to 111 undergraduate students to assess the influence of religiosity on their attitudes toward science as a career and their belief in scientific evidence and concepts. Results indicate that religiosity does influence these attitudes and is a factor to be considered in planning science instruction.…
Descriptors: Career Choice, College Students, Higher Education, Questionnaires