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Control Theory Gender Schema Theory Grade Point Average Juvenile Justice System School Age Children
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Grade Point Average High School Diploma Physical Education
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Full Time Student Grade Point Average School Psychology
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A cumulative grade point average differs from a grade point average because it factors in:
Grades earned in all semesters up to the most recent semester.
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10) Which method listed below has the highest level of validity for predicting job performance? A. Work sample tests B. Biographical data C. Grade point average D. SAT scores
School administrators collect data on students attending the school. Which of the following variables is quantitative? A) whether the student is in AP* classes B) whether the student has taken the SAT C) grade point average D) none of these E) class (freshman, soph., junior, senior)
C) grade point average
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You’ve noticed that when you sleep less, your grades suffer. At the same time, you realize that lower grades could also lead to a lack of sleep: that worrying about a possible dip in your grade point average could keep you up at night. What kind of relationship between the two variables, lack of sleep and lower grades, are you noticing here?
correlation A correlation is a relationship between two variables. Here, we notice a relationship between sleep and grades. To establish a causal relationship, though, we need more than a simple correlation.
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Compared to 1971, teachers are/have _____. A. less educated B. better educated C. more diverse D. lower grade point averages
B. better educated
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Salary and years of education are_______ correlated, and grade point average and the number of hours of television watched per day are _____ correlated.
positively, negatively
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Salary and years of education are ____________ correlated, and grade point average and the number of hours of television watched per day are ______________ correlated.
positively; negatively
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Grade Point Average (GPA)
A system for evaluating the overall scholastic performance of students
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A negative value for a student’s grade point average is an example of a data integrity problem.
Answer: True
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A Michigan State University student spends his summer months in his hometown, where he works for a local micro-brewery during the evening hours. In the late morning, he attends the local community college, where he takes a summer course that he knows will transfer back to MSU. Although he finds the courses just as challenging as his regular university, he does not worry about his summer grades affecting his 3.2 (out of 4.0) grade point average, because MSU only accepts the transfer credits. As long as he receives C grade or better, he maintains his current grade point average. Which of the following theories suggests that the student will only work as hard as necessary to earn a “C” grade?
Expectancy Theory
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