William E. Sedlacek

Affiliations: 
University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Area:
African History, Health Education, Demography, Recreation
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Wilson MB, Sedlacek WE, Lowery BL. (2014) An approach to using noncognitive variables in dental school admissions. Journal of Dental Education. 78: 567-74
Sedlacek WE. (2010) Noncognitive measures for higher education admissions International Encyclopedia of Education. 845-849
Duffy RD, Sedlacek WE. (2010) The salience of a career calling among college students: Exploring group differences and links to religiousness, life meaning, and life satisfaction Career Development Quarterly. 59: 27-41
Singley DB, Sedlacek WE. (2009) Differences in universal-diverse orientation by race-ethnicity and gender Journal of Counseling and Development. 87: 404-411
Sedlacek WE, Benjamin E, Schlosser LZ, et al. (2008) Mentoring in Academia: Considerations for Diverse Populations The Blackwell Handbook of Mentoring: a Multiple Perspectives Approach. 259-280
Duffy RD, Sedlacek WE. (2007) What is most important to students' long-term career choices: Analyzing 10-year trends and group differences Journal of Career Development. 34: 149-163
Duffy RD, Sedlacek WE. (2007) The presence of and search for a calling: Connections to career development Journal of Vocational Behavior. 70: 590-601
Duffy RD, Sedlacek WE. (2007) The work values of first-year college students: Exploring group differences Career Development Quarterly. 55: 359-364
Longerbeam SD, Sedlacek WE, Balon DG, et al. (2005) The multicultural myth: A study of multicultural program organizations at three public research universities Journal of College Student Development. 46: 88-98
Sheu HB, Sedlacek WE. (2004) An exploratory study of help-seeking attitudes and coping strategies among college students by race and gender Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. 37: 130-143
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