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Stock, Rosemary; Hunt, Frances; Cachia, Moira; Lynam, Siobhan; Usher, Lee; Fern Pollak, Liory (2017)
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: Education, Higher-education, Teaching-and-learning
This paper presents results from a survey examining the relationship between mental toughness and academic success, as measured by grade, in undergraduate students. One of the subscales of Mental Toughness (MT), Control of Life, significantly predicts grades for both male and female students, while other subscales reveal gender differences in the importance of the MT construct within this context. \ud \ud The aim in presenting these results at the HEA STEM conference is to open up the debate about Mental Toughness and Control of Life, and to invite discussion of possible interventions to improve students’ Control of Life, and therefore their grades.
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