THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SLEEP LENGTH AND GRADE-POINT AVERAGE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS
- Pessimistic bias in predictions of performance results. Subbotin, Vadim // Psychological Reports;Dec95 Part 2, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p1363
Examines realism in the performance predictions of university students. Practice trial on a task of creativity; Pessimistic bias of students in predicting their performance.
- THE RELATIONSHIP OF FLOW AND SELF-REGULATED LEARNING TO ACTIVE PROCRASTINATION. EUNKYUNG KIM; EUN HEE SEO // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal;2013, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p1099
We examined the relationships between active procrastination, flow, self-regulated learning, and academic achievement in 278 Korean undergraduate students in order to extend the existing research on active procrastination. We used two hierarchical multiple regressions to identify significant...
- PERCEIVED PARENTAL ATTACHMENT AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION. Bal, M.; Baru�s, Imants // Psychological Reports;Dec2011, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p940
A significant amount of research in attachment theory has been devoted to factors affecting academic achievement, but less attention has been given to the role of attachment in the relation between academic achievement and achievement motivation. The current preliminary study examined the role...
- RELATIONS BETWEEN SELF REGULATION, FUTURE TIME PERSPECTIVE AND THE DELAY OF GRATIFICATION IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. AVCI, SÜLEYMAN // Education;Summer2013, Vol. 133 Issue 4, p525
The present study was conducted on 508 (331 female, 144 male) first grade university students in order to investigate the relations between self regulation, the future time perspectives, and the delay of gratification in the academic field. A future time perspective scale, an academic delay of...
- CONSIDERING SHAME AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR STUDENT LEARNING. JOHNSON, DIANE ELIZABETH // College Student Journal;Mar2012, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p3
Research evidence is accumulating to suggest that shame can be implicated in important ways in student adjustment to the learning environment. Student survey data spring-fall 2010 suggest that shame is associated with variables thought to be closely related to student learning-sense of...
- At-risk: A local study of a national issue. Watkins, Regina M.; Watkins, E. Lamar // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep94, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p290
Addresses the issues that place students at-risk. Alternatives for the education of at-risk students; Factors pertaining to the at-risk group; Findings of local research on at-risk students.
- Ansiedad durante pruebas de evaluaciï¿½n acadï¿½mica: influencia de la cantidad de sueï¿½o y la agresividad. Fern�ndez-Castillo, Antonio // Salud Mental;nov2009, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p479
The situation of academic evaluation has often been studied in relation to emotional alterations such as anxiety, stress or even fear. Possibly, aggressiveness may be another variable present in these situations. Aggressiveness seems to be present in different teaching activities as well as in...
- The effect of notetaking and underlining on achievement in middle school life science. Ayer, William W.; Milson, James L. // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun93, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p91
Determines the relative effects of two study methods, notetaking and underlining, on achievement in middle school life science. Related research on notetaking and underlining key information as study methods; Significance of difference in means notetaking against underling; Failure of the...
- The relationship of self-esteem to grades, achievement scores, and other factors critical to... Wiggins, James D.; Schatz, Elizabeth L. // School Counselor;Mar94, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p239
Discusses the relationship of self-esteem to earned grades, achievement test scores and other factors deemed important to school performance. Influence of family; Information gained from looking at various subgroups; Benefits of individual counseling.