Date of Award

12-1986

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Psychology

First Advisor

Dr. Richard Malott

Second Advisor

Dr. Dale Brethower

Third Advisor

Dr. Howard Farris

Access Setting

Masters Thesis-Open Access

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of time-management and a task checklist on task completion, the amount of study time and students' grade point average (GPA). A package consisting of a time-management calendar and a task checklist was provided to five Jordanian students. A multiple-baseline across subjects design was used. Individual weekly meetings were conducted to assess the progress of the students on the use of the time-management calendar and task checklist. Students were asked to bring proof of accomplishments for the completed tasks. During the study the completion of tasks went from 64.6% to 92.2% following Intervention, while the amount of time spent studying went from 70.8% to 95.0%. The grade point average (GPA) was slightly increased for four of the students and slightly decreased for one student.

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