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Exploring Honors Students' Levels of Academic Motivation, Perfectionism, and Test Anxiety
The purpose of this study was to examine relationships among achievement goal orientations, perfectionism, and test anxiety, as well as group differences in honors versus non-honors students among these constructs.
Perfectionism, Self-Handicapping, and Academic Boredom : Honors vs. Non-Honors Students
The purpose of the current study was to examine relationships among perfectionism, self-handicapping, and boredom, as well as group differences in Honors versus non-honors students among these constructs.
Exploring the Relationships Among College Students' Goal Orientations, Perfectionism, and Academic Self-Efficacy
The purpose of the current study was to examine the relationships among perfectionism, achievement goal orientations, and academic self-efficacy (one's beliefs about his/her capabilities).
GPA Satisfaction : Do Perfectionism, Academic Major, and Honors Enrollment Matter?
The purpose of this study was to examine college students' grade point average (GPA) satisfaction, particularly how self-reported GPA satisfaction would vary across perfectionists. The study also looked at how GPA ...
Correlates of Mindfulness in Young Adults
The purpose of this exploratory study was to examine the relationships between mindfulness in young adults and a large selection of psychological variables. We anticipated inverse correlations between mindfulness and: 1) ...