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Title: “GAMES AS A COUNSELLING TOOL” IN STUDIES IN EDUCATION
Authors: Egbochuku, E.O
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: “Games as a Counselling Tool” in Studies in Education. A journal of the Faculty of Education, Edo State University, Ekpoma, Nigeria
Series/Report no.: 4;1 and 2
Abstract: This study investigated the effects of career games and personality traits on career maturity. Eighty Senior Secondary School adolescent students formed the subjects for his study. These students were exposed to treatment programmes in groups. The design is a 2x2 factorial consisting of Introversion/Extroversion and Treatment/Control group. Data deriving from the pre and post treatments were subjected to one-way analysis of covariance, using pre-test scores as co-variates. Two hypotheses were tested with the following results: 1. Treatment had a significant effect on career maturity with an F-value of 55.984, df 1.78, (p< .05). 2. Personality trait had significant effect on treatment in favour of extroverts. Implications of these findings for career maturity were discussed and suggestions for further research noted
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/812
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