A Study of the Constancy of Responses to the Items of the Dunlap Academic Preference Blank Over an Interval of One Year
This study is concerned with the consistency of expressed interests of individuals of the junior high school level to the items of the Dunlap Academic Preference Blank. The important phases of the study are (1) to determine for each item the consistency with which it is marked by seventh grade students on two occasions separated by an interval of one year, (2) to determine for each academic subject; history, literature, geography, grammar, arithmetic, hygiene, and for the group of rather general items labeled for convenience "general information" the consistency with which the items belonging to these fields are marked, (3) to determine the relationship between individual constancy and preference scores, achievement, and intelligence.
Vocational education|Middle School education
Cahill, Gertrude B, "A Study of the Constancy of Responses to the Items of the Dunlap Academic Preference Blank Over an Interval of One Year" (1937). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29282549.