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The Classroom Behavior Rating Scale (CBRS) was developed to provide school psychologists with a measure of learning-related classroom behaviors of elementary school pupils. The initial item pool consisted of 100 behavioral statements reflecting learning-related behaviors (e.g., attention,...
Studies of academic achievement at the College of Basic Studies (CBS) of Boston University have consistently shown high school grade point average (HSGPA) and the College Board Scholastic Aptitude Test—Verbal score (SAT-V) to be the most useful predictors among numerous predictor variables...
Five standardized tests of reading achievement were administered to community college freshmen. Each student took two different tests on two consecutive days. Grade-equivalent scores earned on tests were compared. Differences were found between tests based on the number of students who reached...
In an effort to determine why students rated instructors differently, 70 of 150 randomly selected university professors completed the Personality Orientation Inventory (POI) (Shostrom, 1968). Previously the total faculty had been rated by the student body on the University Student Survey of...
Kendall's S is often used for measuring the magnitude of bivariate association in social and behavioral research. The nomogram described and reproduced here permits a research analyst to make rapid and accurate evaluation of the statistical significance of S without recourse to formulae or...
The possibility of using the G index and its generalizations in the six basic factor analytic designs is discussed. For O - and Q -analyses G should be used if there is no mutual direction of all the variables, as G is invariant over variable reflection. In all the six designs G should also be...
The purpose of the paper was to present a method for testing differential predictability in a selection model. The method was illustrated on data from 227 graduate students. Regression models for males and females were developed based upon 103 male and 24 female graduates. The models were then...
The Entry Level Test (ELT) (California State Department of Education, 1974) is administered to all first grade pupils in California as part of the state assessment program. ELT means are used with demographic variables to predict differences among schools and districts on subsequent reading...
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