Date of Award
Thesis - Restricted
Master of Science (MS)
Based on the premise that the nucleus of the human system is the individual's valuation of himself, the researcher explored the effects on one's self-concept after participating in a sex-week course on self-awareness, perception, and stress management. A forty-item self-concept inventory was compiled in the form of self-descriptive statements, or hypothetical monologues. This inventory was completed by subjects before and after the six-week course. Through measurement of the same variable, namely the components of self-concept, it was hypothetically possible to determine whether or not one's self-concept is enhanced after participating in a sex-week course evolving around self-awareness and self control.
Gollin, Judy Walz, "Effects on Self-Concept after Participating in a Six-Week Course on Self-Awareness, Perception, and Stress Management" (1979). Master's Theses (1922-2009) Access restricted to Marquette Campus. 3226.