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Participation in campus activities in relation to certain variables of personality.
John Randolph Snortum
Written in English
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From Pearson’s correlation analysis, there is a weak correlation (r, p) between the two variables measured, which are the participation in sport activities and the annual performance. There were a number of significant differences in the reported social benefits of intramural sports participation between on-campus and off-campus students, first- and fourth-year students, males.
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