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The Relationship between Perceived Level of Synergistic Supervision Received and Key Job Performance Indicators of Midlevel Student Affairs Administrators

Derek Morgan, Sharon K. Anderson
2019 OALib  
They also responded to questions regarding their core self-evaluation and commitment to their supervisors.  ...  Midlevel administrators working at colleges and universities in the United States rated the degree to which they perceived their supervisor to exhibit synergistic supervisory behaviors.  ...  Twenty two behaviors constitute the scale. Using a 5-point Likert-type scale, supervisees rate the frequency of identified behaviors in their current supervisory activities and relationship.  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1105226 fatcat:gniyxla2tvb6dk4qwnybhyiake

The Relationship Between Teacher Immediacy and Student Motivation

Jonathan Velez, Jamie Cano
2008 Journal of Agricultural Education  
This descriptive correlational study examined the relationships between teacher immediacy and student motivation.  ...  Students also indicated a difference in immediacy between professors and graduate students.  ...  Purpose and Research Questions The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between teacher immediacy and student motivation.  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2008.03076 fatcat:57vv5zbhxneexb3xygbfxzr4ga

Peer relationships and information sharing between LIS doctoral students

Jongwook Lee, Amelia Anderson, Gary Burnett
2014 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
To address this issue, the authors interviewed six LIS doctoral students at Florida State University in order to explore the types of peer relationships and information sharing between LIS doctoral students  ...  Doctoral students rely on their peers as important information sources.  ...  RESEARCH QUESTIONS This study asks two following research questions: RQ1. What types of peer relationships exist between LIS doctoral students? RQ2.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.2014.14505101080 fatcat:e7eautglubbj5mdi7xyj6mrh3u

The Efficacy of Choice Theory to Identify At-Risk Gambling Behavior in College Students

Tracy Poe
2019 Open Access Journal of Addiction and Psychology  
Results from an independent samples t-test indicated that there was not a significant relationship between the classification status of being at-risk of developing gambling disorder and need for control  ...  However, results from an independent samples t-test indicated that there was a significant relationship between the classification status of being atrisk of developing gambling disorder and need for achievement  ...  Research question one examined the relationship between the need for control and being at risk of developing gambling disorder among undergraduate college students.  ... 
doi:10.33552/oajap.2019.01.000522 fatcat:rdq4gqyxsbh5fke4j25ziwo43q

Instructor Verbal and Nonverbal Immediacy and the Relationship with Student Self–efficacy and Task Value Motivation

Jonathan Velez
2012 Journal of Agricultural Education  
This descriptive correlation study sought to examine the relationships between verbal immediacy, nonverbal immediacy, self-efficacy and task value.  ...  Respondents assessed the verbal and nonverbal immediacy of their course instructor, and then assessed their personal self-efficacy and task value motivation.  ...  , 2000) , the purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between immediacy behaviors and student self-efficacy and task value motivation.  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2012.02087 fatcat:5fcsnyemtzdxbmmpve4ixx3n2q

Fair and Square? An Examination of Classroom Justice and Relational Teaching Messages

Laura E. Young, Sean M. Horan, Brandi N. Frisby
2013 Communication education  
relationships between instructors and students.  ...  Out-group relationships exist when there are poor interactions and little trust/support/reward between the teacher and student; middle-group relationships exist when there are moderate trust levels between  ... 
doi:10.1080/03634523.2013.800216 fatcat:76gmwlkcdncppe3icnwkevyqja

Environmental attitudes and behaviors among secondary students in Hong Kong

Liz Jackson, Ming Fai Pang, Emma Brown, Sean Cain, Caroline Dingle, Timothy Bonebrake
2016 International Journal of Comparative Education and Development  
Although researchers have identified correlations between specific attitudes and particular behaviors in the pro-environmental domain, the general relationship between young people's development of environmental  ...  Few studies have systematically examined the relationships between education and environmental attitudes and behaviors among youth in Hong Kong.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank [anonymized] and [anonymized] for assistance with translation. This research was funded by the [anonymized].  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijced-10-2015-0004 fatcat:hoglzsclyjfklkmq2iihfhpbum

Assessment of college students with the revised Conflict Tactics Scale (CTS2): Sociodemographic characteristics and relationship

Suk-hee Kim, Karrah Wills, James P. Canfield, Francoise Kazimierczuk, Dana Harley, Melody Hyppolite, Patricia Desrosiers
2018 Journal of Human Behavior in The Social Environment  
Statistically significant relationships were found between sexual violence and participants' sexual orientation and the length of their romantic relationship as well as physical violence, including hitting  ...  and shoving, and participants' sexual orientation and their class attendance.  ...  for theoretically. • Students who score higher CTS2 on the dating violence and domestic violence will be more likely to commit abusive behaviors within their intimate relationships than those who score  ... 
doi:10.1080/10911359.2018.1459218 fatcat:chjuwhkzcfce5cringrdsd5csi

LGBTQ and Heterosexual Adolescents' Use of Indirect Forms of Aggression

Charles M. Albright, Laura M. Crothers, Jered B. Kolbert, Daniel S. Wells, Eric J. Fenclau, Jenna Woodarek, Julie Buzgon, Emily Stephenson, John Lipinski, Julaine E. Field
2016 Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma  
In this study, researchers investigated whether lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) adolescents use indirect aggression and exhibit prosocial behavior in their relationships at  ...  In a sample of 666 college students (median age = 19.5 years), LGBTQ adolescents (N = 22) used relationally and socially aggressive behaviors at a level consistent with their heterosexual peers.  ...  Bullying among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning students One group of students that has been a focus of recent research regarding their bullying experiences are those students who identify  ... 
doi:10.1080/10926771.2016.1245692 fatcat:nvjmzj4hbfdcbpo2gijmnn5qfy

The Relationship between Personality Types and Self-efficacy Perceptions of Student Teachers

Fatih Güngör, Hakan Kurt, Gülay Ekici
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
This study aims to analyze the relationship between personality types and self-efficacy perceptions of student teachers.  ...  The results also indicated that there are positive moderate and high levels of relationships between personality types and self-efficacy perceptions of student teachers.  ...  Students are affected by personality traits in terms of their behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.298 fatcat:6eitiyvqdbbvhmlpcpfyvg22ji

The Relationship Between Efficacy and the Instructional Practices of Special Education Teachers and Consultants

Rose M Allinder
1994 Teacher Education and Special Education  
ABSIRACT: The relationship between efficacy and selected instructional vareables was explored for two types of special education teachers.  ...  Significant positive correlations found between efficacy and three instructionally-relevant factors were for both types of teachers.  ...  The first was to examine the relationship between instructionally-relevant behaviors and attitudes, previously identified in the teacher effectiveness literature as important for student achievement, and  ... 
doi:10.1177/088840649401700203 fatcat:c7bnbnn4nfhx5lqvizv33iv2oq

Procrastination and other learning behavioral types in e-learning and their relationship with learning outcomes

Yoshiko Goda, Masanori Yamada, Hiroshi Kato, Takeshi Matsuda, Yutaka Saito, Hiroyuki Miyagawa
2015 Learning and Individual Differences  
In the second part of this study, data from 226 students were analyzed. The results showed significant relationships between their learning type and ultimate learning outcomes.  ...  The aims of this longitudinal study were to describe undergraduates' learning behavioral types in e-learning and to investigate their relationship to learning outcomes over an entire semester.  ...  Phase 2 The purpose of Phase 2 was to investigate the relationship between the learning behavioral types identified in Phase 1 and learning performances.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lindif.2014.11.001 fatcat:6gokciujivbvpotr7zp2cscfmy

Page 82 of School Psychology Review Vol. 38, Issue 1 [page]

2009 School Psychology Review  
This overlap emerged in both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of the study in the form of shared variance between types of social support and same behaviors identified in re- sponse to the four  ...  behaviors perceived by students in the current study to their classroom settings.  ... 

Impact of Answer-Switching Behavior on Multiple-Choice Test Scores in Higher Education

Ramazan BAŞTÜRK
2011 Journal of Measurement and Evaluation in Education and Psychology  
Additionally, there is a significant negative relationship between answer switching behavior and item difficulties.  ...  Additionally, gender differences and relationship between number of answer switching behavior and item parameters (item difficulty and item discrimination) were investigated.  ...  Second subpurpose was to examine any differences between Male and Female students' answer switching behavior in multiple-choice type test in higher education.  ... 
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Factors Influencing Contraceptive Use Among Sexually Active U.S. Middle and High School Students, 2015 to 2019

Valerie S Chuy, Geethanjali Rajagopal, Rachna Talluri, An-Lin Cheng, Lawrence Dall
2021 Cureus  
and other types of contraceptive usage among United States middle and high school students.  ...  Students were asked questions about condom and specific type of contraceptive use (e.g. birth control pills, intrauterine device/implant, shot/patch/ring, withdrawal), age of first sexual intercourse,  ...  Chuy, Geethanjali Rajagopal, and Rachna Talluri are co-first authors of this article and all contributed equally.  ... 
doi:10.7759/cureus.20803 fatcat:4ltyn2mqdjdzjkljc4ufpzb5pu
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