Thesis Title

The Relationship Between Brain Dominance and Attitudes Toward School Among Fifth and Sixth Grade Students

Date of Graduation

Spring 1990

Degree

Master of Science in Education in Elementary Education

Department

Childhood Education and Family Studies

Committee Chair

Darrell Roubinek

Subject Categories

Elementary Education and Teaching

Abstract

The problem of this study was to examine the relationship between brain dominance and attitudes toward school in the fifth and sixth grade students of a Central States Rural Elementary School. The study included 165 students from eight classrooms. The data were compiled from results of a questionnaire and a survey. Using several chi-square tests of independence, there was a significant relationship between brain dominance and enjoyment of Math. Brain dominance and visual imagery was determined to be approaching a significant relationship.

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© Judith A Edwards

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