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The Effect of Short-Term Counseling and Tutoring on Reading Achievement, Study Skills, and Personal Adjustment
This study was designed to investigate more completely the effects of counseling and tutoring on reading achievement, study skills, and personal adjustment within the context of a college reading and study skills program. The study consisted of three phases which corresponded with the three regular school quarters. The subjects used in Phase I of this study were 12 college students who voluntarily registered for a reading and study skills class at Utah State University during the 1969 falldoi:10.26076/bc76-43d4 fatcat:hboqj3y6cbcotka7xpucctltsm