Faculty Perceptions of Undergraduate Students' Participation in Regional Psychology ConferencesPsychological Reports
AbstractFaculty responded to a survey regarding submission guidelines and decision-making processes to regional psychology conferences for undergraduate students. Respondents' mean age was 52.2 yr. (SD = 10.8), mean years of teaching experience was 22.5 (SD = 10.7), and 49.7% were women. Analyses indicated that students should know submission guidelines and evaluative criteria prior to submission, but may not. Results are presented to provide feedback for faculty about the conference submission process.
Citation InformationCourtney Haines and R. Eric Landrum. "Faculty Perceptions of Undergraduate Students' Participation in Regional Psychology Conferences" Psychological Reports (2008)
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