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  Volume 44, Number 5, September/October 2003

Table of Contents

From: Journal of College Student Development

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Guidelines for Authors

pp. 714-715

The American College Personnel Association (ACPA)

p. 716


Editorial: ACPA and NASPA Consolidation: United We Stand Together. .. Divided We Stand Apart

pp. 581-587

Differences Between Women and Men in Objectively Measured Outcomes, and the Factors That Influence Those Outcomes, in the First Three Years of College

pp. 587-610

The Influence of Precollege Factors on Students' Predispositions Regarding Diversity Activities in College

pp. 611-624

Caught in the Middle: Understanding Asian Pacific American Perspectives on Affirmative Action Through Blumer's Group Position Theory

pp. 625-643

Binge Eating as Related to Negative Self-Awareness, Depression, and Avoidance Coping in Undergraduates

pp. 644-652

Psychological Predictors of College Women's Leadership Aspirations

pp. 653-669

Undergraduate Students' Adaptation to College: Does Being Married Make a Difference?

pp. 670-690

Research in Brief
John Schuh, Associate Editor

College Student Response to Peers in Distress: An Exploratory Study

pp. 691-698

Book Reviews
John Schuh, Associate Editor

Academic Disciplines: Holland's Theory and the Study of College Students and Faculty (review)

pp. 699-700

New Faculty: A Practical Guide for Academic Beginners (review)

pp. 700-702

Globalizing the Community College: Strategies for Change in the Twenty-First Century (review)

pp. 702-704

Foundations of Student Affairs Practice: How Philosophy, Theory, and Research Strengthen Educational Outcomes (review)

pp. 704-707

The Quality and Quantity of Contact: African Americans and Whites on College Campuses (review)

pp. 707-712

Research Areas


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