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Self-concept as a Factor in Academic Achievement
European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
This research presents a description of the results of the Piers-Harris Self-concept Assessment Scale (1984), applied anonymously among 300 students at a Technical Junior High School in Mexico City, for comparing with academic achievement or grade averages. To interpret the results, the questionnaires were grouped according to similar grade averages and total scores on the scale. As a result we got four sets of questionnaires, or four possible forms of perceiving academic self-concept relateddoi:10.26417/ejis.v3i3.p138-147 fatcat:lpic6u6jwneormjfclawkwzmt4