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This study investigated the effects of a training seminar and selected background variables on Greek music teachers’ attitudes and self-evaluation regarding research. Public school, university, and conservatory teachers (n=41) participated

This study investigated the effects of a training seminar and selected background variables on Greek music teachers’ attitudes and self-evaluation regarding research. Public school, university, and conservatory teachers (n=41) participated in 16 hours of seminar instruction over a two-week period at a Greek university. The seminar provided an introduction to empirical research methods, testing, and basic statistical concepts and, procedures and an overview of music aptitude testing and the administration of selected tests.

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    • A Greek language version of the same article published in English in Music Education Research 8 (July 2006): 175-89.

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    Stamou, Lelouda, Jere T. Humphreys, and Charles P. Schmidt. “The Effects of a Professional Development Program on Greek Music Teachers’ Self-Assessed Research Knowledge, Ability, and Interest towards Research.” Musical Pedagogics 5 (2007): 28-49. In Greek with an English abstract.

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