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X t df p ES PreTx – PostTx .249 (.296) .0456 -5.446 41 .000 .99 PostTx –PostTx + 2 Weeks .103 (.278) .0429 2.403 41 .021 -.40 PreTx – PostTx + 2 Weeks .145 (.259) .0399 -3.643 41 .001 .58
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Figure 1 Effectiveness of Reframed Career Thoughts by Time and Treatment Condition (*significant effect size, p < .05, **significant effect size, p .001) Time PostTx + 2 Wks PostTx PreTx Average Reframe Quality .5 .4 .3 .2 .1 Group Control Treatmen .51** .99** -.40* .77** t
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Appendix A Informed Consent Form
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Informed Consent Career Thoughts Inventory Workbook Evaluation Project I understand that I am being asked by the Florida State University Career Center to participate in a project evaluating the Career Thoughts Inventory Workbook. Darrin Carr, an instructor of SDS3340 at the FSU Career Center, is coordinating this project. James P. Sampson, Jr., Ph.D, is supervising him. My participation in this project may help to improve the use of the Career Thoughts Inventory Workbook for students like myself enrolled in SDS 3340. There is no expected discomfort or risk associated with this evaluation project given previous experience with the workbook in SDS 3340. At the end of my participation, I will receive a debriefing providing greater detail about the purpose of this project and an opportunity to discuss the results of the Career Thoughts Inventory with my course instructor. During the project, I will be asked to read and complete paper and pencil inventories and worksheets. Completing these worksheets will take approximately one hour and fifteen minutes over three class periods during the next four weeks. I will also be asked to provide my social security number so that the project coordinator can access data from my SDS 3340 Student Data Sheet and access data from the university registrar on the number of credit hours completed at Florida State University. I realize that my participation in this task is completely voluntary and that I may withdraw from participation at any time. If I elect to not participate in this evaluation project there will be no penalty for nonparticipation/withdrawal from the evaluation project. Specifically, I understand that my course grade will not be impacted by my participation in this project. However, I do understand that I will be required to quietly remain in class during data collection, even if I decide not to participate. I recognize that while my name will not be used on project materials, my social security number will be known only to the project coordinator. Other professionals involved in this evaluation project will not have access to information that identifies individual participants. Furthermore, I understand that confidentiality will be maintained and course instructors will not have access to information about my participation or my responses on workbook worksheets. Also, I understand that once data collection ends, my social security number will be replaced with a unique identifier to further ensure confidentiality. The data sheet matching my social security number to the unique identifying number for this evaluation will be destroyed as soon as all data are collected. The findings of this project will be reported in group, not individual, form to
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  • Fall '19
  • Statistical significance, Effect size, cti, James P. Sampson, Reframes

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