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Student-Athletes' Self-Efficacy Regarding Leadership Potential: A Phenomenological Inquiry Into The Perceived Effects of Leadership Simulations
The purpose of this phenomenological study was to investigate the influence of experiential learning (i.e., leadership simulations) on student-athletes’ self-efficacy regarding their potential as future leaders. More ...
Testing a Dialectical Model of Meaning in Life in Four Cultures
It has been well established that subjective well-being and meaning in life are important to individuals' overall psychological functioning. One important but unanswered question is whether meaning in life and well-being ...
Faculty Attitudes toward Assessment
Within the field of undergraduate program assessment, anecdotal evidence abounds about negative faculty attitudes. Regardless of the common wisdom, there is little research that corroborates these reports. If reports are ...
Mindful Teacher Collaboration: Strategies to address the call for school reform
Over the past two decades public schools have faced an unrelenting demand for reform. In response to this call for change, researchers have identified two strategies that hold great promise – organizational mindfulness and ...
Gender Roles and Drinking Motives: The Impact on College Students’ Ability to Recognize Sexual Victimization
This research study utilizes web-based survey data collected from a convenience sample of college men and women to determine the impacts of gender roles and drinking motives on the ability to recognize sexual victimization. ...
School and District Administrators Learning and Leading to Help Close the Graduation Gap
High school graduation is an important milestone for students, but it is an elusive milestone for some. High school graduation rates reflect the systems that perpetuate historical, social, and cultural differences between ...