Document Type

Thesis

Date of Degree Completion

1966

Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)

Department

Education

Committee Chair

Robert N. Irving Jr

Second Committee Member

E. E. Samuelson

Third Committee Member

James L. Kennison

Abstract

The four purposes of this study are: 1. To determine the correlations between: a. extracurricular participation hours and predicted GPA, b. extracurricular participation hours and actual GPA, and c. predicted GPA and actual GPA, for those CWSC women majors in physical education who met the criteria for inclusion in this study; 2. To determine the magnitude of the effect of predicted GPA upon the correlational relationship between extracurricular participation hours and actual GPA; 3. To determine the correlations between: a. extracurricular participation hours and predicted GPA, and b. extracurricular participation hours and actual GPA, both for successful and for non-successful CWSC women physical education majors; 4. To determine the significance of difference between like correlations of the successful versus the non-successful women majors, as determined in purpose number three above.

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