The Teaching-Advising Connection - Part 2

Authors

  • Drew Appleby

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26209/mj362935

Abstract

We are very pleased to publish this article based on a G. Stanley Hall invited lecture presented by Drew Appleby at the 106th Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA) in 1998. At the time of the lecture, Dr. Appleby was chairman of the Marian College Psychology Department. Although his lecture was addressed to members of psychology faculties, the content of this important and comprehensive article has relevance for all academic advisers.

This article is the second of five articles related to this lecture. 

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