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Effects of value self-confrontation on values and academic performance of undergraduates
Leonard H. Seyfarth
Written in English
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A number of studies have identified the positive impact of time management. Time management skills have been shown to have a positive impact on student learning and student outcomes (Kearns & Gardiner, ; Kelly, ; McKenzie & Gow, ) and Krause and Coates () report that the capacity to successfully manage their time is the foundation of students developing good Cited by: 1. university undergraduates in the contemporary times. Oke () gives reasons why students must study. These include self-improvement and academic achievement. High academic performance increases self dignity for examination malpractice will be a thing of the past in our academic institutions. To Oke, the root cause of mostFile Size: KB.
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Part One, the values pretest, consisted of Rokeach's Value Survey, form E (, ). Part Two was the high or low level of value self-confrontation treatment.
High treatment students (a) saw themselves as good students, and (b) compared their own values with those of previously measured good students in the by: 2. Effects of value self-confrontation on values and academic performance of undergraduates. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Oregon Cited by: 4.
Effects of value self-confrontation on values and academic performance of undergraduates. Abstract. Graduation date: This study investigated the following question: If one\ud wants to be a good student and then compares his/her own values\ud with those of good students, will he/she shift values immediately\ud to resemble those of good.
Effects of Value Self-Confrontation on Values and Academic Performance of Undergraduates CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION The introductory chapter is included to provide an overview of the societal, theoretical, and empirical context of the study.
The chapter includes the following units which are described in detail: 1. Significance of the problem. Seyfarth, L. H.:Effects of Value Self-Confrontation on Values and Academic Performance of Undergraduates.
Doctoral Dissertation, Oregon State University. Dissertation Abstracts International No. 43 (6-A), –Cited by: students’ academic performance (Ng & Renshaw,). It is also expected that the academic discipline will impact approaches to learning in their effect on academic performance while controlling for the impact of values.
Data and method Sample The sample for this study consisted of a cohort of international students who started. or indirectly) the activities of the humans most of the times.
Therefore, the ability or otherwise of an individual to meet the basic. needs greatly affects the person‘s mental alertness. In an academic institution, these basic needs go beyond food, shelter. The study investigated the effect of social problems on the academic performance and social adjustment of senior secondary students in Shomolu Education District II of Lagos State.
The descriptive survey design was adopted. The sample population. Evaluating the Impacts of Value Education 3 the unity and integration of our people. Such value education should help eliminate obscurantism, religious fanaticism, violence, superstition and fatalism.
Apart from this combative role, value education has a profound positive content, based on our heritage, national and universal goals and perceptions. It means academic performance can be estimated for any student by its home environment and learning skills and also by its academic interaction, study habits, and home environment.
Influence of Self-esteem on Academic Performance Among tendencies effect the attitudes which, globally, we call self-esteem. Judge, Locke and Durham () stated that the core self-evaluations approach includes self-esteem as one of the most essential core self-evaluation dimensions because it is the overall value one feels about oneself.
The least contributors were only 2 (3 %) students with fair academic performance, 3 (4 %) with very outstanding performance and 5 (7 %) have a very outstanding academic performance level.
The table also presents that no students have an outstanding, passing and failing academic achievement in Cited by: 1. influenced the student academic performance and the relationship between the student socio-economic background and academic performance.
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performance accomplishments, and academic performance among a sample of postgraduate students. Participants completed measures of past performance accomplishments, self-esteem, and self-efficacy at the start of a week course.
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THE EFFECT OF ANXIETY ON PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN MATHEMATICS (A CASE STUDY OF ADENIRAN OGUNSANYA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA) ABSTRACT. This research work "THE EFFECT OF ANXIETY ON PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN MATHEMATICS" focuses on the relationship between Mathematics anxiety and students performance.
high study effort, which leads to better academic performance, i.e. the study strategy mediates the inﬂuence of motivation on academic performance.
• The overall process and direction of effects are similar among males, females and students admitted through qualitative selection procedure or. The effects of having a relationship to the academic performance of CFAD students. We are a group of students from 3IND-2 conducting a research for our thesis in Statistics.
Please answer with all honesty, and please don’t skip and questions. Many college students may find the academic experience very stressful (K. Swick, ). One potential coping strategy frequently offered by university counseling services is time management.
students completed a questionnaire assessing their time management behaviors and attitudes, stress, and self-perceptions of performance and grade point average (GPA).Cited by:. Improved academic performance owing to internships could have a substantial indirect effect on students' value on the job market, given that study outcomes are routinely treated as central predictors of employment (see Smith et al., ).Cited by: Conclusion: In this study conclude that, most of the common contribution factors that affect academic performance of nursing students were related to teacher factor, student factor, home factor.coefficient was used to see the relationship between self-efficacy and academic performance.
T-test was used to compare male and female participants in self-efficacy and academic performance. The results of the study showed that there was a significant difference between males and .