2 edition of Non-intellective correlates of under- and overachievement in grades 4 and 6 found in the catalog.
Non-intellective correlates of under- and overachievement in grades 4 and 6
Kenneth J. Travers
by School Mathematics Study Group; available from A. C. Vroman, Pasadena, Calif. in [Stanford, Calif
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 95-98.
|Statement||[by] Kenneth J. Travers.|
|Series||NLSMA reports, no. 19|
|LC Classifications||QA135.5 .T698|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 330 p.|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||72194949|
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students at various grade levels, nonintellective correlates of under- and overachievement, correlates of attitudes toward mathematics, teacher effectiveness, characteristics of successful insightful problem solvers, effects of different curricula, and a followup study.
An annotated list of the 32 reports prepared for NLSMA is provided. A few years later, in Spearman's own laboratory, Lankes and Wynn Jones (7) demonstrated the existence of another non-intellective factor, "p", or perseveration, which characterized their subjects tendency to resist changes in set, and which Spearman related to his law of inertia.
The difference between the two percentiles might then be used by the investigator as an index of discrepancy between expected and actual achieve- ment, and be correlated with other variables to see what the 44 "Overachievement" and "Under achievement" correlates o the achievement discrepancy were.
This procedure is appealingly simple. 19 The Non Intellective Correlates of Over and Under achievement in Grades 4 and 6. 21 Correlates of Mathematics Achievement: Attitude and Role Variables. 22 Correlates of Mathematics Achievement: Cognitive Variables. 23 Correlates of Mathematics Achievement: Teacher Back ground and Opinion Variables.
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