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Thirty prekindergarten children, randomly assigned, were videotaped while viewing the same pre-taped Sesame Street program either as single viewers (N=6) or as group viewers (6 groups of 4 Ss each). Video-tapes were systematically coded for visual attention, modeling behaviors, and other...
This study of the student course evaluation process discovered significant correlations between course ratings and variables representing commitment and course-end attitudes toward the course. It found relationships of lesser significance for attitude change measures, while demographics provided...
A method for estimating the variances and covariances of the random components of the mixed model, appropriate to single sample repeated measures data, is discussed. To illustrate its use, an example is presented which is concerned with the effect of syntactic and semantic violations of...
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