Osborne, W. Larry

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A study of the career maturity of gifted students 1983 772 The purpose of this study was to investigate the career maturity of gifted ninth grade students. The following research questions were addressed: 1. What is the level of career maturity of gifted students? 2. Is there a main effect for groups (gifted...
Leisure attitudes among middle school and high school students 1981 99 Leisure counseling is one of the fastest growing segments of the counseling profession. Until now most leisure counseling has been with adults who need rehabilitative or retirement counseling. However, more interest is beginning to be given to leisur...
Self-concept and academic achievement : a comparison of intellective and non-intellective variables as predictors of scholastic performance and analysis of subgroup differences in self-concept 1979 46 This study involved the examination of selected factors which influence and/or predict academic achievement. Of particular interest was the self-concept, not only as it relates to academic achievement, but also as it might vary from one sex, race, gr...
Counselor characteristics and situational factors as related to rated importance and practice of counseling and consulting processes by elementary counselors in North Carolina 1979 90 The purpose of this study was to identify and describe counselor characteristics and situational factors which demonstrate a relationship to the types of counselors who value and use consultation and counseling processes in their elementary guidance ...
The influence of values and self-concept on gender differences in occupational aspiration level among high achieving adolescent females and males 1985 13 The purpose of this research was to assess gender differences in 1) work values, 2) how work values relate to occupational aspiration, and 3) how self-conceptual variables relate to occupational aspiration. Level of aspiration was studied using four...
Comparative effects of exercise reduction and relaxation training on type A behavior and dysphoric mood states in habitual aerobic exercisers 1990 20 This study investigated the comparative effects among habitual (chronic) aerobic exercisers of aerobic exercise reduction to comply with American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) guidelines and relaxation training on four psychological variables: Ty...
Career development assessment of at-risk students : implications for a dropout prevention model 1991 25 Career development of at-risk and non-at-risk students was assessed using the Career Development Inventory (Thompson & Lindeman, 1981), The Salience Inventory (Nevill & Super, 1986a) and The Values Scale (Nevill & Super, 1986b) to provide recommendat...
Family stress, antisocial behavior and the behaviorally/emotionally disturbed girl 1992 14 The contribution of family stressors to a behaviorally/emotionally disturbed girl's level of antisocial behavior was assessed to develop a profile of such girls and their families in order to identify counseling interventions. The total sample size w...
An investigation of psychological type and career maturity 1994 15 The problem addressed by this research was to investigate Super's construct of career maturity, as defined by the Career Development Inventory, to determine if its development is limited to a certain psychological type, as defined by the Myers-Briggs...
A comparison of career maturity and personality preferences between Mexican-American and Anglo-American adolescents 1995 3 The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between cognitive aspects of career maturity and personality preferences with two distinct cultural groups, Mexican-American and Anglo-American adolescents. The career maturity variable...
The effects of a career course on the career maturity of undergraduates 1995 20 The purpose of this investigation was to examine the effect of participating in a career course on the career maturity of undergraduate students and to examine the relationship between various personal factors and career maturity. Standard scores fro...
The ability of career maturity indicators to predict interest score differentiation, consistency, and elevation among undergraduate students enrolled in a career/life planning course 1992 22 The purpose of this research was to investigate relationships between the attitudinal and cognitive components of career maturity as assessed by the Career Development Inventory (CDI) and interest score differentiation, consistency, and elevation as ...
The effects of expectancy and parenthood on observations by parents 1974 3 With the move from clinical settings to the "natural" environment, parents have become mediators of behavioral change with their children. In this role, parents often serve as both experimenters and observers. The present study investigated some of t...