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Faculty religiosity and attitudes towards persons with disabilities.
Previous research suggests that religiosity may influence attitudes towards outgroups. The present study investigated the effects of faculty religiosity on attitudes towards persons with disabilities at large, faith-based ...
The effects of a computerized study program on the acquisition of science vocabulary.
The following study examined the difference in science vocabulary acquisition comparing computer-assisted learning and a traditional study review sheet. Fourth and fifth grade students from a suburban school in central ...
An examination of the Flynn effect in the National Intelligence Test in Estonia.
This study examined the Flynn Effect (FE; i.e., the rise in IQ scores over time) in Estonia from Scale B of the National Intelligence Test using both classical test theory (CTT) and item response theory (IRT) methods. ...
Relationships between college knowledge and college-going beliefs of eighth grade students.
The present study examined the relationships of college knowledge and parent education level with these college-going beliefs: (a) self-efficacy, (b) outcome expectations, (c) likelihood both to go to and graduate from ...
Mixed-methods study of the impact of a computational thinking course on student attitudes about technology and computation.
The following dissertation reports on a mixed-methods, convergent parallel design research study of the impact of a computational thinking curriculum on attitudes towards computation and the use of technology. This study ...