Self-Efficacy, Stress, and Academic Success in College

This paper investigates the joint effects of academic self-efficacy and stress on the academic performance of 107 nontraditional, largely immigrant and minority, college freshmen at a large urban commuter institution

Anna Zajacova

2005

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  • This paper investigates the joint effects of academic self-efficacy and stress on the academic performance of 107 nontraditional, largely immigrant and minority, college freshmen at a large urban commuter institution
  • New Orleans: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in New Orleans, LA, April 24–28 2000
  • GA: Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association for
  • P. previous research ArticleTitleThe relative importance of selected factors to attrition at public community colleges Journal of Applied Research in the Community College3IssueID1 65–78

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