Individual Differences among College Freshmen
by Harold Webster, Martin A. Trow & T. R. McConnell - 1962
Student development requires for its understanding repeated observations of the same persons over many years. Without some knowledge of what students are like initially, we can neither determine how they change during college nor how educational processes should be adapted to individual characteristics and potentialities. The purpose of this chapter is to describe some important characteristics of Freshman students which are educationally significant.
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