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Link between lifestyle and self-regulated development as components of academic performance: basis for a psychoeducational intervention

Bautista, Learni; Relojo, Dennis; Pilao, Sonia Janice; Tubon, Glenda; Andal, Mylene


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Students with differing profiles vary in their academic performance. The present study utilised an&lt;br&gt;
epistemological assessment of the students&amp;rsquo; lifestyle according to a number of components.&lt;br&gt;
Consequently, a number of compelling results emerged. However, the stand-alone finding revealed that&lt;br&gt;
emotional support from teachers was not as effective as that from parents in predicting adolescent&lt;br&gt;
motivation in reference to their academic performance. Nonetheless, perceived academic support from&lt;br&gt;
teachers was helpful for adolescents in predicting stronger mastery goals. Support from peers worked&lt;br&gt;
as a buffer against maladaptive motivation, predicting weaker performance-avoidance goals and lower&lt;br&gt;
test anxiety. It is recommended to focus on pairing process of students&amp;rsquo; academic performance to&lt;br&gt;
demographic characteristics, lifestyle, and personal perception.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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