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Title: Self-Concept, Family Size and School Learning Environment as Correlates of Students Psychological Adjustment and Study Behaviour
Authors: Anakwe, Augustina Izadi
Dikko, Suleiman
Keywords: Academic Performance
Issue Date: Jul-2015
Publisher: National Journal of Inclusive Education
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3;No.1; Pp 183-191
Abstract: This paper describes a correlational survey study designed to investigate the influence of self-concept, family size and school learning environment on students’ psychopathology and study behaviour. Six hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Stratified random method was used in selecting the subjects. Three psychological instruments." The Study Habit Inventory (SHI), the Adolescent Personal Data Inventory (APDI) and the psychopathology scale were ministered on 132 SS 3 students (71 girls and 61 boys) from eight secondary schools in Plateau State. The result of the ANOVA revealed that family size, self concept were statistically significant for students’ psychological adjustment While school location was statistically significant for study behaviour.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1630
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