Why We Should Use Noncognitive Variables With Graduate and Professional Students William E. Sedlacek University of Maryland firstname.lastname@example.org Sedlacek, W. E. (2004) Why we should use noncognitive variables with graduate and professional students.
Comments and Observations on Beyond the Big Test by William Sedlacek ∗ Dick Knight January 14, 2007 This is a compelling, well researched, and well written book.
538 Journal of College Student Development Black Students on White Campuses: 20 Years of Research William E. Sedlacek Literature is discussed in terms of eight noncognitive variables affecting Black student life.
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The Biblical Diagnosis of Spiritual Conditions David Sedlacek, PhD, LCSW Abstract In recent years, great strides have been in the field of social work to embrace spirituality, to develop skills in the assessment of spirituality and to begin integrating biblical concepts into social work practice.
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Sedlacek and Adams-Gaston suggest that we try to appreciate athletics as a culture much like any other culture and work within that context when counseling the student-athletes.
Academic Success of GMS 1 Academic Success of Gates Millennium Scholars William E. Sedlacek Hung-Bin Sheu University of Maryland, College Park Findings from independent analysis do not necessarily represent the opinions of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Figure 1 COMPARISON OF TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BIOMATERIALS USED FOR KNEE REPLACEMENT Radek Sedlacek, Jana Rosenkrancova Czech Technical University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanics, Technicka 4, 166 07 Prague 6, Czech Republic e-mail: sedlacek@biomed. fsid.cvut.cz, ...
However, these predictors—originally designed to predict grades for the first year of college—have almost no correlation with grades beyond the first year, retention in any year, or graduation (Stern & Briggs, 2001; Tracey & Sedlacek, 1987).