Research Reports: 19651970
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Can Financial Need Analysis Be Simplified?, M. D. Orwig & P. K. Jones.
Research Strategies in Studying College Impact, K. A. Feldman.
An Analysis of Spatial Configuration and Its Application to Research in Higher Education, N. S. Cole & J. W. L. Cole.
Influence of Financial Need on the Vocational Development of College Students, A. R. Vander Well.
Practices and Outcomes of Vocational-Technical Education in Technical and Community, T. G. Gartland & J. F. Carmody.
Bayesian Considerations in Educational Information Systems, M. R. Novick.
Interactive Effects of Achievement Orientation and Teaching Style on Academic Achievement, G. Domino.
A Description of Graduates of Two-Year Colleges, L. L. Baird, J. M. Richards, Jr.,
& L. R. Shevel.
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.
Differential Validity in the ACT Tests, N. S. Cole.
Who Is Talented? An Analysis of Achievement, C. F. Elton & L. R. Shevel.
Patterns of Educational Aspiration, L. L. Baird.
The Effects of Selecting College Students in Various Kinds of High School Achievement, L. L. Baird & J. M. Richards, Jr.
Do They Do What They Say They Will Do?, S. W. Lutz.
Changes in the Vocational Plans of College Students: Orderly or Random?, J. L. Holland & D. R. Whitney.
The Flow of High School Students to Schools, Colleges, and Jobs, L. L. Baird & J. L. Holland.
Forecasting Academic Success in Specific Colleges, D. P. Hoyt.
Family Income and the Characteristics of College-Bound Students, L. L. Baird.
Predicting a Student's Vocational Choice, J. L. Holland & S. W. Lutz.
The Educational Goals of College-Bound Youth, L. L. Baird.
Who Goes Where to Junior College?, J. M. Richards, Jr. & L. A. Braskamp.
Predicting Student Accomplishment in College from the ACT Assessment, J. M. Richards, Jr. & S. W. Lutz.
The Undecided Student: How Different Is He?, L. L. Baird.
Academic Description and Prediction in Junior Colleges, D. P. Hoyt & L. A. Munday.
The Assessment 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 Prediction of Student Accomplishment in College, J. M. Richards, Jr., J. L. Holland, & S. W. Lutz.
Changes in Self-Ratings and Life Goals among Students at Colleges with Different
Characteristics, R. W. Skager, J. L. Holland, & L. A. Braskamp.
Can Computers Write College Admission Tests?, J. M. Richards, Jr.
Changes in Self-Ratings and Life Goals as Related to Student Accomplishments in College, R. W. Skager & L. A. Braskamp.
A Description of American College Freshmen, C. Abe, J. L. Holland, S. W. Lutz,
&J. M. Richards, Jr.
Academic and Nonacademic Accomplishment: Correlated or Uncorrelated?, J. L. Holland & J. M. Richards, Jr.
A Description of College Freshmen: I. Students with Different Choices of Major Field, C. Abe & J. L. Holland.
A Description of College Freshmen: II. Students with Different Vocational Choices, C. Abe & J. L. Holland.
A Description of Junior Colleges, J. M. Richards, Jr., L. M. Rand, & L. P. Rand.
Comparative Predictive Validities of the American College Tests and Two Other Scholastic Aptitude Tests, L. A. Munday.
The Relationship between College Grades and Adult Achievement: A Review of the Literature, D. P. Hoyt.
A Factor Analysis of Student "Explanations" of Their Choice of a College, J. M. Richards, Jr. & J. L. Holland.
Regional Differences in Junior Colleges, J. M. Richards, Jr., L. P. Rand, & L. M. Rand.