Marilyn J. Haring

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A 2-year, three-panel (Tl-T3) longitudinal study of 233 entering Ph.D. students examined the relationships between student potential for mentoring, (i.e., attitudes and objective abilities at entry (Tl), mentoring functions used by the faculty adviser (T2, T3), and student research productivity and commitment (T3). Student potential was found to predict the(More)
A meta-analysis was conducted of the health/subjective well-being relationship, based upon studies of United States adults published prior to 1980. Dependent variables were zero-order and first-order correlations. A total of 231 zero-order effect size estimates were extracted from 104 different sources, while a total of 189 first-order effect sizes were(More)
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