A great number of researches identified that the appropriate language learning strategies assured effective learning and the best learning achievement. (Ellis 1994; Wen Qiufang 1998; Oxford 1990; Rubin 1975; Chamot & Kupper 1989; O'Malley and Chamot 1990).
The study adopts Knowledge Acquirement Means Inventory (KAMI) and Learning Time Preference Inventory to investigate the associations among learning style, learning time preference ways and academic achievement of 474 middle school students in Anhui Province.
本研究采用知识获得方式调查表(Knowledge Acquirement Means Inventory)和学习时间偏爱测定量表(Learning Time Preference Inventory)对安徽省474名中学生学习风格、时间偏爱方式及其与学习成绩的关系进行研究。
Academic achievement (4 academic years, 8 semester equally) was provided by the teaching administrative office: Academic achievement=(mean score of exam subjects×0.7+mean scores of test subjects×0.3)×0.8+ (mean score of physical education×0.2).
The children aged 6-7 years had lower incidence than in the children aged 8-10 years(÷ 2=9.726,P< 0.01). The incidence of SID was 27.1% (91/336) in chil dren with good academic performance and 51.5% (104/202) in those with poor perf ormance,showing a significant difference(÷ 2=49.72,P< 0.005).
ResultsBy using multivariate factor conditional logistic regression showed 6 main risk factors and 1 protective factor for psychoactive drug abuse. Those were the situation of parents' drug abuse,academic performance,absence class,violence behavior,loneliness,family relationship and the situation of intercourse with parents. The odds ratio(OR) were 2.752,1.291,(1.296),1.232,1.241,3.348 and 0.549 respectively.
1.2 Experiment of jumping stand The learning performance: Each period after the operation, the reaction time(the time of jumping up the stand) of model group was longer than that of artificial operation group, there was obviously difference between the two groups (P<0.01), which showed that the learning performance of modelgroup was descending.
1.1 Experiment of water-labyrinth The learning performance: As same as the wrong times ,the time of swimming along the whole line of model group was more than that of artificial operation group (P<0.01) each period after the operation, which showed that the learning performance of model group was descending .
4. Classroom performance goal structure can directly influence on the learning performance, at the same time, it can indirectly influence on learning performance through personal performance-avoidance goal orientation.
There was a linear trend in the association between illness chronicity and proxy measures of developmental deviance, such as premorbid unemployment, single status and poor academic achievement.
The assessment instruments such as intelligence tests, neuropsychological test batteries, academic achievement tests, specific neuropsychological tests, test batteries for arithmetic abilities or error analysis are discussed.
The present study assessed the prevalence in both an urban and a rural population sample of German schoolchildren, using standardized academic achievement tests.
WHY RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS POSITIVELY IMPACT THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF CHILDREN
The results of this study support the belief that religious schools do differ favorably from non-religious schools on a number of measures that would seem to support an environment of high academic achievement.
The professional adaptation was estimated by academic performance (the average marks during a semester).
Factors independently associated with severe depression were female gender, poor self-reported academic performance and rural residence.
Problem rates were higher in boys and were associated with lower SES and poorer academic performance.
The two characteristics specific to these patients are a high standard of academic performance and an intense degree of social withdrawal, although there are certain factors common to other pathologies relating to adolescence.
Background: The objective of this study was to assess psychiatric disorders in, and the psychosocial adaptation and academic performance of, children of immigrant families of Greek origin from countries of the former Soviet Union.
In conjunction with previous findings the results suggest that visual cues are important in habitat choice and spatial learning, and that territorial and reproductive behaviour are intimately associated with learning performance.
While a general increase in total IgG concentration (a measure of peripheral immune responsiveness) over the experiment was damped in high variability treatments, this did not relate directly to learning performance.
An amended algorithm is proposed which demonstrates improved learning performance compared to previously published reinforcement regimes.
Offsets on signal feed-forward multipliers are equivalent to sigmoid biases and do not degrade learning performance.
These redundant GCMAC nodes waste memory units and degrade the learning performance of a self-organizing HCMAC neural network.