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Promoting the development of high-risk college students through a deliberate psychological education-based freshman orientation course


Author(s): McAdams, C. R, III, & Foster, V. A.

Citation: McAdams, C. R, III, & Foster, V. A. (1998). Promoting the development of high-risk college students through a deliberate psychological education-based freshman orientation course. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition, 10(1), 51-72.

 

Abstract

The authors studied 72 students enrolled in a Deliberate Psychological Education (DPE)-based orientation course for high-risk college freshmen at a large southeastern university. The authors conclude the DPE model appears useful in assisting high-risk students in their transition to college.

 

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