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study of six personality factors in reading achievement by Raleigh Napoleon Jackson

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Published in [Columbus] .
Written in English


  • Reading, Psychology of,
  • Personality

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Other titlesPersonality factors in reading achievement, Reading achievement
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 88 p.
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16643103M

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The methodological richness of the study's database (e.g., large sample size, multiple time points, measures of many different possible confounds, individually administered reading achievement tests, measures of different categories of problem behavior) is the type called for when testing such a model (Hinshaw, ). Personality Types, Motivational Factors, and Reading Performance of High School Students. This study identified personality types among high school students. It also identified the motivational factors and levels of reading comprehension. The sample was three hundred two () students from Rizal High School in Pasig City.   In the current study, we focus on the general value of specific learning styles in enhancing learning and their role in mediating personality-academic relationships rather than on whether matching learning styles and teaching methods enhances academic achievement. Personality, learning styles and academic achievement. Keywords: Personality, Trait, Academic Performance and Students. I. Introduction Academic achievement is a major issue among students, teachers, parents, school administrators, and the community at large. Attempts have been made by researchers to unravel the complexities surrounding academic achievement.