What’s New in the Study of Mental Health and Student Retention?. John Achter, Ph.D. AUCCCD – Fall 2008. Collaborators. Co-Investigators Kristina Gorbatenko-Roth , Ph.D. – Dept. of Psychology Jenna Maas , M.A. – Applied Psychology masters program Assistants
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John Achter, Ph.D.
AUCCCD – Fall 2008
Kristina Gorbatenko-Roth, Ph.D. – Dept. of Psychology
Jenna Maas, M.A. – Applied Psychology masters program
Bob Spencer, Jenna Simon, Abby Laib, EmmaLee Ericksen, Katie Hosley, and Sara Grzelak – Applied Psychology program
Lindsey Grush and Mark Mittag – Mental Health Counseling program
Significant Bivariate Relationships (Test of Independence (2)
CΦ: Cramer’s V
Black= Negative Relationship (positive on condition = less likely to be retained)
Red = Freshmen & Seniors less likely to be retained then Sophomores and Juniors
Binary Logistic Regression – Full Sample (n=1402)
Binary Logistic Regression – Mental Health Sample (n=219)
Retention Rates by Class Status
Study 2 - Results Retention?
Retention: Significant bi-variate relationships
Note: Severity of need and # of sessions also correlated r = .153, p=.001. This suggests a possible interaction and the need to look closer at relationship between these variables and how they impact retention.
Binary Logistic Regression
However. . .