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Author FirstAuthor Lastauthor twoet altitleyearsubjectPre-PostsurveyMeasurement: GradeMeasurement Test Scoremeasurement scaleNEffect Sizedirection positive (if unusable es)direction negative (if unusable es)not significantSE/SDP-valuetest typetest valueprocedureEffect Size AdvN AdvSD Advp-value advnot significant advdirection positive (if unusable es) adv.direction negative (if unusable es) adv.test advtest type advnotable covariatesintroductoryHonorsnotes dropoutCommentneed to getnot comparablecited search completereferences completed
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RogerReidA Note on the Environment as a Factor Affecting Student Performance in Principlesof Economics1983economics1221-5.30.05t3.79regression?111
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BaylockLacewellAssessing Prerequisites as a measure of success in a principles of finance course2008Finance1100140-1.471t0.45OLSdelay, statistics prerequisites, econ prerequisitesquestionable methodology. some very strange results11
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BaldwinHoweSecondary-Level Study of Accounting and Subsequent Performance in the First College Course1982Accounting11?232-1.340.642f-ratio0.217ANCOVAquantitative and verbal diagnostics test11don't know what final is out of1
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AlcockCockcroft1Quantifying the advantage of secondary mathematics study for accounting and finance undergraduates2008Economics1100719-0.341F23.53OLSmathematics, gapthis is micro
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ParkerTHE EFFECT OF STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS ON ACHIEVEMENT IN INTRODUCTORY MICROECONOMICS IN SOUTH AFRICA2006Economics1100616-0.331.24OLS11
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ParkerTHE EFFECT OF STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS ON ACHIEVEMENT IN INTRODUCTORY MICROECONOMICS IN SOUTH AFRICA2006Economics1100501-0.130.48OLS11
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ThompsonZamboangaAcademic Aptitude and Prior Knowledge as Predictors of Student Achievement in Introduction to Psychology2004Psychology1503530.02regressionact1since controlling for prior knowledge and prior course would mean sample of students who took psych but did not learn, may exclude11
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ParkerTHE EFFECT OF STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS ON ACHIEVEMENT IN INTRODUCTORY MICROECONOMICS IN SOUTH AFRICA2006Economics11008130.050.32OLS11
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HardyZamboanga1Student background and course involvement among first-year college students in introduction to psychology: implications for course design and student achievement2003Psychology11001080.152.15path analysis, least liklihood estimationprior GPA, ACT1might be out of 200, includes number of prior psych courses, but not sure of distribution11
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TayStudents' Performance in Economics: Does the Norm Hold across Cultural and Institutional Settings?1994Economics10.3650.0690.95t-ratio5.28ordinal probitstrong homogeneity across classrooms, not sure if p-value is the confidence measure, recommend finding SD of grade distribution to covert effect size to point system11
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BrianAltersCounseling physics students: A research basis1995140.39t-testgives entire distribution, effect size is average difference, gives t statistic so maybe t-test, 45% of those without hs withdrew vs. 25%11
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GeraldHartAcademic Background and Achievement in College Physics1993physics10.50.0001z5.408mann-whitneymath, sex1compares math hs grades, but no in hs comparison. math has similar effect size, also compares science to nonscience majors, similar effect size11
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ParkerTHE EFFECT OF STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS ON ACHIEVEMENT IN INTRODUCTORY MICROECONOMICS IN SOUTH AFRICA2006Economics11001900.551.42OLS11
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AndersonDwayne1The Determinants of Success in University Introductory Economics Courses1994Economics110038980.640.42regressioncollege yearactually less than 1 effect size, no p-value given11
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ParkerTHE EFFECT OF STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS ON ACHIEVEMENT IN INTRODUCTORY MICROECONOMICS IN SOUTH AFRICA2006Economics11001200.852.260.05t-testOLScourse effort in hours, HS math exam score5 different universities, treating as 5 different studies. econ is hs exam score graded one to 10, treating average effect as indicator11
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RohdeKavanaghPerformance in first year university accounting: Quantifying the advantage of secondary school accounting1996Accounting1748710ANOVAaustrailian grading system, not sure if comparable1
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AlcockCockcroft1Quantifying the advantage of secondary mathematics study for accounting and finance undergraduates2008Economics11007651.531F17.02OLSthis is macro
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SadlerTaiSuccess in Introductory College Physics: The Role of High School Preparation2001Physics110019332.260.110.01regressionschool type, race, prof gender, HS calculus, pedagogy, parents educationcalculates ap and honors too11
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DurdenEllisThe Effects of Attendance on Student Learning in Principles of Economics1995Economics11003462.773.3640.01t-testregressionabsences, SAT, GPA, race, fraternity, time studying, parent educationuses percentages in describing dependent variable in one part of paper1
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myattwaddelAn Approach to Testing the Effectiveness of the Teaching and Learning of Economics in High School1990economics11009283.4020.01t4.4regression?1from same high school and same college course. in 1984 school adopts a more rigorous economics course that ends up decreasing scores by 5%. 11
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EdwardsAn Econometric Evaluation of Academic Development Programmes in Economics2000Economics1003963.851.310.01Robust Regressiondisadvantaged high school1appears a number of students failed and were taking again11
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AlcockCockcroft1Quantifying the advantage of secondary mathematics study for accounting and finance undergraduates2008Finance11005146.7510.001F17.55OLS4.430.00111mathematics, gapfinds negative effect of economics on accounting
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AuSharmaStudent performance and first-year physics: Does high school matter2007Physics505440.4211mathsimpsons paradox concern, not sure if on 50 points, don't think authors interpreting their results correctly11
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HoldenWeedenThe experience factor in early programming education2004Computer Science14t-test0.130.051uses knowledge, not hs background, so only use adv scores. p-values given for two different advanced coures, so conservatively estimate at .05, though both lower. also treats W as F11
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myattwaddelAn Approach to Testing the Effectiveness of the Teaching and Learning of Economics in High School1990economics11.349310.4t-test
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myattwaddelAn Approach to Testing the Effectiveness of the Teaching and Learning of Economics in High School1990economics13.7613811.1.t-testonly math significant variable in advanced
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Brasfield1The Impact of High School Economics on the College Principles of Economics Course1993economicsordered probitlook at table 5. 11
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Gifford198611
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Assessing the value of high school accounting for the college bound111
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The effect of previous accounting study on student performance in the first college-level financial accounting courseAccounting11
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EskewFaleySome Determinants of Student Performance in the First College-Level Financial Accounting Course1988Accounting3521unclear effect size1
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Schroederprevious accounting education and college-level accounting exam performance1986Accountingdon't have access to 1986 of accounting education onine11
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FerdinandFongPredicting success for introductory accounting students: some further Hong Kong evidence.Accountingstep-wise regressiondon't know measurement scale1
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BouillonFactors that predict success in principles of accounting classesAccounting1don't know measurement scale, bigger negative effect size than ACT score, roughly a third of principals course grade1
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MitchellHigh school accounting and student performance in the first level university accounting course: A UK study Accountingdon't know measurement scale. mann-whitney tests finds not significant difference in students with or without high school of mathemtically qualified students1
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HoldenWeedenThe impact of prior experience in an information technology programming course sequence2003Computer Science1average1counts dropouts as "w" 's, in first class discrepency is between 1 to 2 points if zero students are dropped. whole grade level effect size in intro. shows negative and positive adv direction111
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ByrneLyonsThe effect of student attributes on success in programming2001Computer Science1averagelook out for simpsons paradox with gender differences. large effect size111
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HagenMarkhamDoes it help to have some programming experience before beginning a computing degree program?2000Computer Science11Anovamixes prior knowledge and prior classes. little difference between HTML experience and more experience. Can't tell about high school1x1
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VenturaRamamurthyWanted: CS1 students. no experience required2004Computer Science11t-testexperience, not classes. about 3 points for prior c++111
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KruckLendingPredicting Academic Performance in an Introductory College-Level IS Course2003Information Systems11anova.1 SD units improvement11
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MalikLodewijksStudent Performance in a Large First Year Economics Subject: Which Variables are Significant?2010Economics11regressiondelay1111
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WiedenbeckFactors affecting the success of non-majors in learning to program2005Computer Science1path analysis
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BouillonFactors that predict success in principles of accounting classesAccounting
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DoranBouillon Determinants of Student Performance in Accounting Principles I and II1991Accounting11model accouting for drop has negative in both semesters for high school bookkeeping. Without drop, negative in 2nd. No grade measure
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Moy YinKohKohThe determinants of performance in an accountancy degree programme1998Accounting1negative effect progresses through all three terms. Not entirely sure its high school, but mentions GSE is a factor in placing students in commerce stream which is measure of prior knowledge
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