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The effect of group counseling on self-concept and reading improvement of selected community college students

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Graduation date: 197

Year: 1974
OAI identifier: oai:ir.library.oregonstate.edu:1957/38359
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  81. (1974). This session might be considered the beginning of involvement for subjects.
  82. (1970). This standard deviation erroneously reported as 6.0 on Score Sheet. ***Reliability data based on test-retest with 60 college students over a two-week period. 80
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  87. (1974). Who Are You" is a good exercise for any size group to get things going, but I think we've done it enough for awhile.

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