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Publications | Dropouts 101

Publications

  • Hickman, G. P. & Heinrich, R. (2011). Do Children Drop Out of School in Kindergarten?
    Rowman &Littlefield. Lanham, MD.
  • Hickman, G. P. & Wright, D. (2011), Academic and school behavioral variables as predictors of high school graduation among at-risk adolescents enrolled in a youth-based mentoring program. Journal of At-Risk Issues, 16(1), 27-33.
  • Hickman, G. P., Bartholomew, M., & Mathwig, J. (2008). Differential developmental pathways of high school dropouts and graduates. The Journal of Educational Research, 102(1), 3-14.
  • Hickman, G. P. (2008). Differential developmental pathways of high school dropouts and graduates. Audio Education Journal, Updates March 08.
  • Hickman, G. P., & Garvey, I. (2006). Academic and school behavior variables as predictors of program completion among at-risk inner-city children and youth in a youth-based mentoring program. Journal of At-Risk Issues, 12(1), 1-9.
  • Hickman, G. P., & Crossland, G. L.(2005). The predictive nature of humor, authoritative parenting style, and academic achievement on the initial personal-emotional, social, academic, and commitment to college adjustments among male and female college freshmen. Journal of College Student Retention, 6(2), 219-239.
  • Hickman, G. P. (2003). The effects of extreme religiosity on academic achievement and indices of college adjustment among college students enrolled at a southwestern Evangelical Christian university. Family Focus, 56, 12-13.
  • Hickman, G. P., & Burgoyne, J., & Cole, J.(2003). The relationship between humorous coping skills and the initial personal-emotional adjustment of college freshmen in a small southwestern evangelical Christian university. Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 17, 1-8.
  • Hickman, G. P., & Andrews, D. W. (2003). Influence of humor and family on the initial adjustment of male and female college freshmen. Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, 15(2), 61-82.
  • Hickman, G. P., & Starr, M. K. (2001). The influence of family on the development of humorous coping skills of college freshmen. National Council of Family Relations Report, 46(2), 12-13.
  • Hickman, G. P., Toews, M. L., & Andrews, D. W. (2001). The differential influence of authoritative parenting on the initial adjustment of male and female traditional college freshmen. Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, 13(1), 23-48.
  • Hickman, G. P., Bartholomae, S., & McKenry, P. (2000). Influence of parenting styles on the adjustment and academic achievement of traditional college freshmen. Journal of College Student Development, 41(1), 1-15.
  • Andrews, D. W., & Hickman, G. P. (1998). Family involvement in juvenile diversion and the prevention of problem behaviors. Family Science Review, 11(3), 259-276.