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PURPOSES AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
PLAN OF THE STUDY
CHARACTERISTICS OF DISTURBING BEHAVIOR
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27 per cent 68 Pupils According to Sex aggression attitudes Behavior of 68 bottom 27 boys and girls CATEGORIES AND GROUPS child CLASSROOM DISTURBANCES conflict control of disturbing differences are zero Differences in Observed Differences in percentages disturbing acts disturbing boys Disturbing Pupils eighth grade Exaggerated gestures fewest disturbances frequencies of disturbing given in Table Greater group differences group of teachers Groups of Pupils havior high school intelligence intelligence quotients interests kinds of disturbing Kurt Lewin leadership activities less than 05 Lincoln Median Non-verbal disturbances observed data Observed Frequencies observed would appear Passing notes population differences present study problem child problems pupil disturbances Regents Reliabilities of Differences Ronald Lippitt Rosemary Sex and Extreme social standard errors Statistics Teacher Groups teacher told Throwing objects time-sampling Total disturbances Total recipience turbances turbing behavior Unnecessary noise verbal behavior Verbal disturbances weight Whispering Wisecracks women teachers zero is tenable