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Self-concept and academic performance in gifted and academically weak students.
Adolescence. 1993 Spring; 28(109):235-7.A

Abstract

This study investigated potential correlates of academic achievement, including self-concept, extracurricular activities, family environment, and gender. Findings indicated that while self-concept and academic achievement were associated for gifted 7th and 8th graders, the two variables were not associated for academically weak students. For this latter group, living with a stepparent was associated with poorer academic performance.

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Grand Prairie Independent School District, Texas.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

8456613

Citation

Garzarelli, P, et al. "Self-concept and Academic Performance in Gifted and Academically Weak Students." Adolescence, vol. 28, no. 109, 1993, pp. 235-7.
Garzarelli P, Everhart B, Lester D. Self-concept and academic performance in gifted and academically weak students. Adolescence. 1993;28(109):235-7.
Garzarelli, P., Everhart, B., & Lester, D. (1993). Self-concept and academic performance in gifted and academically weak students. Adolescence, 28(109), 235-7.
Garzarelli P, Everhart B, Lester D. Self-concept and Academic Performance in Gifted and Academically Weak Students. Adolescence. 1993;28(109):235-7. PubMed PMID: 8456613.
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