This paper reports on a study that investigated the effects of a public school system's one-day adventure experience on students' self reports of life effectiveness. According to Neill, Marsh & Richards (1997), life effectiveness is defined as, "the psychological and behavioral aspects of human functioning which determine a person's effectiveness or proficiency in any given situation".
Eagle, Harlan; Gordon, Janelle; and Lewis, Lindy
"The Effects of a Public School System's one Day Adventure Experience,"
Research in Outdoor Education: Vol. 5, Article 6.
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