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Confirmatory factor analysis of a measure of 'mentoring' among undergraduate students attending a Hispanic serving institution.

2010;9:232-244. doi: 10.1177/1538192710371982.

The present study validated the underlying domains that comprise the mentoring experiences of students attending a Hispanic Serving Institution. Mentoring was hypothesized to comprise four interrelated components as measured by the College Student Mentoring Scale. T test results indicated...

An evaluation of the measurement properties of the Mentor Self-Efficacy Scale among participants in Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada Community Mentoring Programs.

Ferro, DeWit, Wells, Speechley, Lipman.

The measurement properties of a newly developed instrument, Mentor Self-Efficacy Scale, were examined among 249 Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentor, child, and parent triads. The unidimensional scale demonstrated acceptable reliability (α = 0.81) and convergent validity, with mentor...

The measurement properties of mentoring relationship quality scales for mentoring programs.

UIID-EM: 100
2014;15:663-673. doi: 10.1007/s11121-013-0392-8.

The measurement properties of two new scales designed to measure global and engagement mentoring relationship quality (Global Mentoring Relationship Quality Scale and Quality of Mentoring Relationship Engagement Scale) were examined among 272 mentors, 491 children, and 554 parents participating...

The Mentoring Competency Assessment: Validation of a new instrument to evaluate skills of research mentors.

Fleming, House, Hanson, Yu, Garbutt, McGee, Kroenke, Abedin, Rubio.
UIID-EM: 102
2013;88:1002-1008. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e318295e298.

Purpose: To determine the psychometric properties of the Mentoring Competency Assessment (MCA), a 26-item skills inventory that enables research mentors and mentees to evaluate six competencies of mentors: maintaining effective communication, aligning expectations, assessing understanding, addressing diversity, fostering independence,...

16PF in screening for appropriateness of mentors.

Garner, Byars, Greenwood, Garner.
UIID-EM: 103
2003;92:35-42. doi: 10.2466/PR0.92.1.35-42.

The utility of the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire, Fifth Edition (16PF) as an indicator of mentor effectiveness was examined. A random sample of the 16PF scores of 74 mentors was drawn from a population of 837 mentors from Big...

Steps towards the benchmarking of coaches' skills.

UIID-EM: 111

This paper describes a study of the development and implementation of a benchmarking methodology within a coaching community. It asks: how robust and valid was the process used to identify the key coaching skills and their specific behavioural indicators?...

Development of a technology mentor survey instrument: Understanding student mentors' benefits.

Pamuk, Thompson.
UIID-EM: 114
2009;53:14-23. doi: 10.1016/j.compedu.2008.12.017.

Agreement on the effectiveness of the technology mentoring approach in addressing educators’ needs for learning different technologies has been growing. Literature on the concept of mentoring in general and technology mentoring specifically has indicated mentoring relationships in different settings...

Development of the 'mentorship in clinical training scale' (micts).

Prouty, Helmeke, Fischer.
UIID-EM: 116
2015; doi: 10.1007/s10591-015-9351-9.

Using an online survey, the researchers examined new family therapists’ experiences of four types of professional mentoring during their most recently completed family therapy training programs. The sample of 223 was mostly white, North American, female, and trained in...

Grit: Perseverance and passion for long-term goals.

Duckworth, Peterson, Matthews, Kelly.
UIID-EM: 120
2007;92:1087-1101. doi: 10.1037/0022-3514.92.6.1087.

The importance of intellectual talent to achievement in all professional domains is well established, but less is known about other individual differences that predict success. The authors tested the importance of 1 noncognitive trait: grit. Defined as perseverance and...

STEM enrichment programs and graduate school matriculation: the role of science identity salience.

Merolla, Serpe.
UIID-EM: 130
2013;16:575-597. doi: 10.1007/s11218-013-9233-7.

Improving the state of science education in the United States has become a national priority. One response to this problem has been the implementation of STEM enrichment programs designed to increase the number of students that enter graduate programs...

Motivation under the microscope: Understanding undergraduate science students' multiple motivations for research.

Smith, Deemer, Thoman, Zazworsky.
UIID-EM: 133
2014;38:496-512. doi: 10.1007/s11031-013-9388-8.

Little is known about students' motivations toward scientific research or the implications of pursuing multiple research motivations simultaneously. We conducted latent profile analysis (a person-centered statistical technique) on 1,052 undergraduate students from three universities enrolled in physics, chemistry, and...

Multidimensional self-concepts: Relationships with inferred self-concepts and academic achievement.

Smith, Barnes.
UIID-EM: 143
1984;36:367-386. doi: 10.1080/00049538408255318.

Collected multiple dimensions of self-concept, inferred self-concepts based on responses by peers and by teachers, and academic achievement measures for 559 5th-grade students in order to test the factor structure of a revised self-description questionnaire (SDQ—R) and examine correlations...

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