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Faculty environments, psychosocial dispositions, and the academic achievement of college students

Publication type
Clifton,R.; Perry,R.; Stubbs,C.; Roberts,L;. (2004) Faculty environments, psychosocial dispositions, and the academic achievement of college students . Research in Higher Education, 45 (8). pp. 801-28.

Abstract

Study of Canadian undergraduates suggests that both cognitive demands and social support affected students' perceived academic control and coping strategies, and these in turn affected students' academic achievement.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Curriculum (including learning, teaching and assessment) > Student learning
Generic Themes > Gender
Generic Themes > International
Authors:
Clifton,R.; Perry,R.; Stubbs,C.; Roberts,L;
Publication title:
Research in Higher Education
Official URL:
Reference number:
LTA73
Summary deposited on:
30 May 2007
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