Human Development & Quantitative Methodology
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The departments within the College of Education were reorganized and renamed as of July 1, 2011. This department incorporates the former departments of Measurement, Statistics & Evaluation; Human Development; and the Institute for Child Study.
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An Analysis of Selected Topics in Christian Sex Education Curricula (1982)PROBLEM. This research identified content and methods used in 37 current Christian sex education resources to teach the topics of masturbation, contraception, homosexuality, abortion, and pre-marital sex. The analysis ...
An Application of Concepts from the Cobb Model to Female Coping with Mid-Life Events (1983)This study examined the relationship among social situation variables, selected personality variables, and how a woman in mid-life copes with a major life event. Specifically, this study considered relationships among ...
Family Child Care: Characteristics, Relationships, and Parent Outcomes (2022)Researchers employing qualitative methods consistently emphasize the close relationship between parents and providers as a unique feature of family child care (FCC) arrangements that is often missed in quality improvement ...
Self-Concept and Race: Basis for Reactions to a Short Story? (1976)The purpose of this study was to assess the identification responses of black female tenth-grade readers in relationship to the reader's self-concept and the race -- black or white -- of the central character in an ...
Joint Modeling Of Responses, Response Time, and Answer Changes in Testlet-based Assessment for Cognitive Diagnosis (2022)To address the scenario of testlet-based assessment, this research proposes a joint model of responses, response time, and answer change patterns for testlet-based cognitive diagnostic assessments. A simulation study was ...