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Master of Science (MS)
Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology
The relationship of various measures of high school performance and a measure of the self-concept were examined for the 1970-71 senior male students at Intermountain School, Brigham City, Utah. Some significant correlations were found.
Their junior year vocational training grade and grade point average were found to be significantly correlated to their self-definition score, as ere all but one of the teachers' subjective evaluations.
General aptitude, reading ability, previous years at Intermountain, and class grouping were not found to show any significant correlation with the self-definition test score. Age was found to be correlated at the .01 level with the younger students having the higher self-definition scores.
Graham, Melvern Eugene, "Relationship of the Self-Concept to Selected Measures of Performance Among Male Navajo Students at Intermountain School" (1971). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1138.
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