Previous research found broad based negative effects of fraternity/sorority affiliation on standardized measures of cognitive development after one year of college. Following the same sample, and employing essentially the same research design and analytic model, the present study found that the negative effects of fraternity/sorority affiliation were much less pronounced during the second or third years of college.
Pascarella, Ernest T. Ph.D.; Flowers, Lamont; and Whitt, Elizabeth J.
"Research Revisited: Cognitive Effects of Greek Affiliation in College: Additional Evidence,"
Journal of Sorority and Fraternity Life Research and Practice: Vol. 2:
2, Article 14.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wm.edu/oracle/vol2/iss2/14