Date of Award
College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences
H. R. Moore
Educational success, U.S. Air Force, Career counseling
The purpose of the study undertaken here is to determine the extent to which four biographical factors could be used to predict success in Air Force Career Counseling courses. The biographical factors are (1) age, (2) amount of education, (3) number of years in the Air Force and (4) number of years since the individual last attended school. The criteria used to measure the success are the test score results obtained in the Air Force Career Counseling Course taught at the University of Denver during 1952.
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Gerald Melvin Simmerman
Simmerman, Gerald Melvin, "Biographical Prediction of Educational Success" (1953). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1539.