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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.
Integrative Learning Experiences : Benchmark Achievements, Connotations, & Preferences
Research shows that creating and evaluating strategies that encourage students to engage in integrative learning (IL) promotes advancement of personal, educational, and professional development (Newell, 2010; Flower & ...
Social Identity and Adjustment to UW-Eau Claire : Is the Social Environment to Blame For First Year Weight Gain?
This study investigates how new college student identities (or self-image) as a healthy eater when arriving at college, as well as their experiences in their first semester in college, affect weight gain during that time. ...
Alcohol-related Problems and EEG Correlates of Attention to Alcohol Stimuli
In 2010, 18-24 year-olds were the age group with the highest prevalence of binge drinking, and Wisconsin was the state with the highest rate of binge drinking in the U.S. EEG activity in the Beta range (12-35 Hz) is higher ...
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 ...
What Kinds of Beverages Do College Students Prefer?
The main purpose of this study was to explore which beverages college students preferred depending upon the time of day, and to determine if their chosen beverage affected their mood.
Love in the Club
The purpose of this study was to determine what young adults, 18-25, look for in nonverbal cues regarding attractiveness of the opposite sex in social settings.