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Exploring the UWEC Campus Climate Surrounding Disabilities
The purpose of this study was to examine college students' attitudes toward disability and their perceptions of their campus engagement and satisfaction. By assessing students' attitudes toward disability and their ...
Perfectionism, Self-Handicapping, and Academic Boredom : Honors vs. Non-Honors Students
The purpose of the current study was to examine relationships among perfectionism, self-handicapping, and boredom, as well as group differences in Honors versus non-honors students among these constructs.
Efforts to Reduce Student Food Waste in Campus Dining Areas
Recent environmental and social justice movements have emphasized the importance of reducing food waste, due to the energy required to produce and transport food, as well as the millions of individuals living in food-deprived ...
Does an Undergraduate Aging and the Aged Course Have an Impact On Students' Attitudes Towards Working With Older Adults?
The purpose of this study was to better understand undergraduate students' attitudes toward older adults, as well as to find out whether taking a course on aging impacts students' attitudes towards older adults.
Sex Differences in Attitudes and Experiences With Alcohol
We developed a survey to help us interpret the sex differences in attention/arousal found in our previous research. We compiled a list of alcohol related attitudes and associations that might differ between sexes. Some ...
Correlates of Mindfulness in Young Adults
The purpose of this exploratory study was to examine the relationships between mindfulness in young adults and a large selection of psychological variables. We anticipated inverse correlations between mindfulness and: 1) ...
Measuring Student Attention in the Second Language Classroom
This study investigated the frequency and duration of student attention lapses in the second language classroom at the university level.