Research Reports: 1965–1970
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Interactive Effects of Achievement Orientation and Teaching Style on Academic Achievement, G. Domino.
Bayesian Considerations in Educational Information Systems, M. R. Novick.
Practices and Outcomes of Vocational-Technical Education in Technical and Community, T. G. Gartland & J. F. Carmody.
Influence of Financial Need on the Vocational Development of College Students, A. R. Vander Well.
An Analysis of Spatial Configuration and Its Application to Research in Higher Education, N. S. Cole & J. W. L. Cole.
Research Strategies in Studying College Impact, K. A. Feldman.
Can Financial Need Analysis Be Simplified?, M. D. Orwig & P. K. Jones.
Patterns of Educational Aspiration, L. L. Baird.
Who Is Talented? An Analysis of Achievement, C. F. Elton & L. R. Shevel.
Differential Validity in the ACT Tests, N. S. Cole.
An Empirical Occupational Classification Derived from a Theory of Personality and Intended for Practice and Research, J. L. Holland, D. R. Whitney, N. S. Cole, & J. M. Richards, Jr.
A Description of Graduates of Two-Year Colleges, L. L. Baird, J. M. Richards, Jr., & L. R. Shevel.
Forecasting Academic Success in Specific Colleges, D. P. Hoyt.
The Flow of High School Students to Schools, Colleges, and Jobs, L. L. Baird & J. L. Holland.
Changes in the Vocational Plans of College Students: Orderly or Random?, J. L. Holland & D. R. Whitney.
Do They Do What They Say They Will Do?, S. W. Lutz.
The Effects of Selecting College Students in Various Kinds of High School Achievement, L. L. Baird & J. M. Richards, Jr.
The Undecided Student: How Different Is He?, L. L. Baird.
Predicting Student Accomplishment in College from the ACT Assessment, J. M. Richards, Jr. & S. W. Lutz.
Who Goes Where to Junior College?, J. M. Richards, Jr. & L. A. Braskamp.
The Educational Goals of College-Bound Youth, L. L. Baird.
Predicting a Student's Vocational Choice, J. L. Holland & S. W. Lutz.
Family Income and the Characteristics of College-Bound Students, L. L. Baird.
Changes in Self-Ratings and Life Goals as Related to Student Accomplishments in College, R. W. Skager & L. A. Braskamp.
Can Computers Write College Admission Tests?, J. M. Richards, Jr.
Changes in Self-Ratings and Life Goals among Students at Colleges with Different Characteristics, R. W. Skager, J. L. Holland, & L. A. Braskamp.
The Prediction of Student Accomplishment in College, J. M. Richards, Jr., J. L. Holland, & S. W. Lutz.
Academic and Nonacademic Accomplishment in a Representative Sample Taken from a Population of 612,000, J. L. Holland & J. M. Richards, Jr.
The Assessment of Student Accomplishment in College, J. M. Richards, Jr., J. L. Holland, & S. W. Lutz.
Academic Description and Prediction in Junior Colleges, D. P. Hoyt & L. A. Munday.
Regional Differences in Junior Colleges, J. M. Richards, Jr., L. P. Rand, & L. M. Rand.
A Factor Analysis of Student "Explanations" of Their Choice of a College, J. M. Richards, Jr. & J. L. Holland.
The Relationship between College Grades and Adult Achievement: A Review of the Literature, D. P. Hoyt.
Comparative Predictive Validities of the American College Tests and Two Other Scholastic Aptitude Tests, L. A. Munday.
A Description of Junior Colleges, J. M. Richards, Jr., L. M. Rand, & L. P. Rand.
A Description of College Freshmen: II. Students with Different Vocational Choices, C. Abe & J. L. Holland.
A Description of College Freshmen: I. Students with Different Choices of Major Field, C. Abe & J. L. Holland.
Academic and Nonacademic Accomplishment: Correlated or Uncorrelated?, J. L. Holland & J. M. Richards, Jr.
A Description of American College Freshmen, C. Abe, J. L. Holland, S. W. Lutz, &J. M. Richards, Jr.