Category Archives: Volume 46 • No. 1 • 2009

Deconstructing Meta-Analysis

Joel C. Snell, M.A. Kirkwood College Mitchell Marsh, PharmD. St. Elizabeth Medical Center The authors suggest phasing out meta-analysis. In the past, they tried a modified statistical technique to nominalize the data so conclusions were more cautious (Snell & Marsh, … Continue reading

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The Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome: A Research Citation Analysis

Chris Piotrowski & Natoshia Gallant Psychology Department University of West Florida Pensacola, FL 32514 Although the Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome (CSAAS) has stirred controversy in clinical work, it has also raised concerns in the legal arena. This paper identifies … Continue reading

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Primary Factors That Have An Impact On Attrition In High School Coaches

Shelley H. Bradford Department of HPELS University of South Alabama Mobile, AL 36688 Overall job dissatisfaction, position transfer, and attrition are major issues in turnover in the coaching profession. Based on self-reported data from a sample of 124 current and … Continue reading

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Power Play: The Impact Of A Physical Education Service-Learning Project

BerNadette Williams-Lawson This article describes the impact of a service-learning project, which was designed to provide undergraduate students majoring in physical education with a concentration in sport management at Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) with an opportunity to utilize and … Continue reading

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Motivation To Volunteer: Helping Empower Sick Children

Ami Rokach, Ph.D and Sonya Wanklyn, B.A. Psychology Department, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada Helping others appears to be a fundamental aspect of human nature, and millions of people around the world volunteer their time and energy on a daily … Continue reading

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Developmental/Remedial Education In Higher Education: Dilution Of The Mission?

Michael F. Shaughnessy & Bill Gaedke Eastern New Mexico University Portales, New Mexico 88130 This paper discusses the role of developmental and remedial education in higher education. Issues regarding developmental education will be discussed and the appropriateness of “developmental” education … Continue reading

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