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To test the value of overt responding with young children, a total of 198 primary grade children divided into 2 matched groups were individiually taught, by a teaching machine, a 3-week unit in physical science. The overt response group was required to respond to each frame by selecting the...
In a study to determine how anxiety and achievement motivation affect performance on an intelligence test under 2 conditions of task importance, 234 Ss completed the MA scale, a projective measure of achievement motivation, and an intelligence test. 122 Ss were led to believe that performance on...
The relative frequencies of spelling errors as a function of letter position have been examined for 7-, 9-, and 11-letter words selected at random from the Thorndike-Lorge word list. These were administered to 150 8th granders, and 89 juniors college freshmen, respectively. The distribution of...
The purpose of this study was to determine personal and maternal correlates of academic achievement among Mexican-American secondary school students. 4 groups (15 each) of achieving and low achieving boys and girls were identified and equated in age, IQ grade level, and courses taken. Employing...
Undergraduate achievement in academic, artistic, scientific, and social areas was predicted from extensive assessments in the high school senior year for 4 independent samples of high aptitude students (N ranged from 354 to 953) over intervals from 1 to 4 years. The criteria of college...
The purpose was to investigate concept attainment by deaf and hearing adolescents. There were 30 deaf Ss matched first with 30 hearing Ss on sex, age, and IQ and then with 30 hearing Ss on sex, school achievement, and IQ. All Ss were tested individually on 6 concept problems. The conclusions...
2 experiments in junior high school classes compared overt, covert, and reading response modes. In Experiment I, 63 Ss completed a program of independent facts at 1 of 3 levels of difficulty. An analysis of covariance of test scores showed an interaction between response mode and difficulty (p <...
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