A Comparative Study of the Effects of the Difference in Self-Esteem of the Middle School Students After Conflict Management Instruction
Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Counseling
Counseling, Leadership and Special Education
This study examines the issue of whether the introduction and implementation of conflict management training in the classroom affects the students' self-esteem. Two classes of fifth graders, one a control group, and the other receiving intervention, were given the "Self-Esteem Inventory" as a pre-and post-test. Comparison was made using analysis of covariance with the pre-measure of self-esteem as the covariate. At the conclusion of the study, the adjusted means of the two groups indicated no statistically significant difference.
© Janice E Reynolds
Reynolds, Janice E., "A Comparative Study of the Effects of the Difference in Self-Esteem of the Middle School Students After Conflict Management Instruction" (1995). MSU Graduate Theses. 693.