Qualitive And Quantitive Matrix
Qualitive And Quantitive Matrix
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Please note that the first row of data is meant as an example. Please read the example article (Garriott, Hudyma, Keene, & Santiago, 2015) as a guide for how to dissect each article assigned.
|Reference||Main Themes/Constructs||Research Questions||Theoretical Framework or Model||Population & Sample description & “N=”||Methodology and Design||Summary of Findings|
|Garriott, P. O., Hudyma, A., Keene, C., & Santiago, D. (2015). Social cognitive predictors of first and non-first-generation college students’ academic and life satisfaction. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62(2), 253–263. doi: https://doi.org/10.1037/cou0000066||Academic Progress, academic satisfaction, college outcome expectations, college life efficacy, environmental supports, life satisfaction, positive affect.||What are the predictors of students’ academic and life satisfaction?||Lent’s model of normative well-being.||N=414Students from two 4-year universities.||Quantitative, Quasi-Experimental, Multiple Measures.||Results suggested the hypothesized model provided an adequate fit to the data while hypothesized relationships in the model were partially supported. Environmental supports predicted college self-efficacy, college outcome expectations, and academic satisfaction. Furthermore, college self-efficacy predicted academic progress while college outcome expectations predicted academic satisfaction. Academic satisfaction, but not academic progress predicted life satisfaction.|
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