Bibliographies of Camp-related Research
An Analysis of the Influence of Summer Camp Experiences in Developing or Changing Certain Behavior Patterns of Secondary School Pupils
Dissertation. University of Arkansas. 1960.
Investigate the effect of participation in summer camp on behavior.
51 children, male and female, ages 13-17, attending a summer camp, length of camp not given.
Pre-, post-test, Gordon Personal Profile, Gordon Personal Inventory, Informal Behavior Rating Scale
- No significant change in scores on either the Gordon Personal Profile or the Gordon Personal Inventory.
- Significant changes in behavior in "displays imagination" and "original thinking".