Franklin, Marian P.

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A study of teaching reality therapy to adolescents for self-management 1981 169 The purpose of this study was to investigate whether teaching the principles and skills of Reality Therapy as a self-management strategy to disruptive pupils would significantly increase their time-on-task behavior as measured by direct observation i...
The relationships of selected characteristics of financial aid and academic achievement 1978 128 One purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between the variables of unmet financial need, types of financial aid, the amount of the student's family income and academic achievement. Another purpose was to determine if relationships ex...
Smoking modification : the effects of combining positive and aversive treatment and maintenance procedures 1974 150 This study was concerned with the effects of several combinations of positive and negative treatment and maintenance procedures on the smoking level of subjects. Forty-seven subjects were assigned randomly to either a positive treatment, aversive tre...
The effect of synthesized I-E change techniques in modifying locus of control expectancies 1978 126 The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of synthesized I-E change techniques in modifying locus of control expectancies in an internal direction. Two hypotheses were investigated. The first research hypothesis stated: University ...
A comparison of three methods of career planning for liberal arts majors 1984 148 This investigation was designed to compare the effectiveness of a career-planning program for college liberal arts majors by directed self-study, professional career counseling, and the use of peer career tutors, as measured by Crites' (1978) Career ...
The relationship between the effectiveness of resident assistants and the variables of assertiveness, empathy, unconditional positive regard, and congruence 1988 116 The purpose of this study was to determine whether the independent variables of assertiveness, empathy, unconditional positive regard, and congruence could be used as predictors of Resident Assistant effectiveness. Resident Assistant effectiveness wa...