A Study to Determine if There Was a Relationship Between the Brain Dominace and Grade Point Averages of Students at Deep Creek High School
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
STEM Education & Professional Studies
Occupational and Technical Studies
Ritz, John M.
The following hypothesis was drafted to measure the affects of brain dominance: Students with left-brain dominance will have higher cumulative grade point averages than students with right-brain dominance.+D105D86:D119D86:D133D87D86:D91D86:D141D87D86:D91D86:D142D86:D141D86:D140D86:D139D86:D138D86:D139D86:D140D86:D141D86:D142D86:D143D86:D141
Hurwitz, Donald M., "A Study to Determine if There Was a Relationship Between the Brain Dominace and Grade Point Averages of Students at Deep Creek High School" (2001). OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers. 221.