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The effects of two levels of reinforcement on the expectancies of internally and externally oriented individuals in chance situations
(Northern Illinois University, 1964)
Goal directed behavior is conceptualized within Rotter's Social Learning Theory as a function of three determinants; they are the value of the goal to the individual (Reinforcement Value), his expectancy for attaining the ...
Peer acceptance and rejection of young children in relation to their self-concept scores
(Northern Illinois University, 1969)
The purpose of this study was to determine if there was a relationship between self-concept and peer preference in a sample consisting of the 33 children, 16 boys and 17 girls, enrolled at the Northern Illinois University ...