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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1964. Department of Home Economics.
This study has been designed to investigate the activities of adolescents, and the relationship of such activities to academic achievement. Based on the out-of-school activities of a large number of northeast Nebraska high school student, it proposes to determine whether any of these activities are significantly related to school achievement, as measured by grade-point-average.
Advisor: Harold Abel