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In general the relationships between the attitudes and plans were similar for the different sex and area groups. On the average, students planning to attend college indicated a greater social need and more social competencies than students planning to seek jobs. They described themselves more often as having no difficulty with family, other students, and school authorities. The data provided a picture of a large group of students, regardless of plans, who saw themselves as socially competent, comfortable, and well behaved.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1954. " School and Society, 86 (1958), 8-9. Bridgman, D. S. Losses of Intellectual Talent from the Educational System Prior to Graduation from College. Washington: National Science Foundation, 1959. "Where the Loss of Talent Occurs and Why," in College Admissions 7: The Search for Talent. New York: College Entrance Examination Board, 1960. Bureau of Labor Statistics. School Life, 44 (July 1962), No. 9, 37. Cole, C. , Jr. " Higher Education, 12 (1955), 35-38.
Decisions for Tomorrow: Plans of High School Seniors for After Graduation (Lib. on Student Personnel Work) by Ralph F Berdie, Albert B Hood