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Title: Separation, rejection, excessive attachment towards others, and its relationship to academic failure
Other Titles: failure in the baccalaureate exam
Authors: زبيدة الحطاح
Keywords: Academic failure
baccalaureate exam
separation and rejection
excessive attachment towards others
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2020
Series/Report no.: numéro 42 SSH V12 N2 B;
Abstract: This study deals with some psychological factors that contribute to academic failure (failure in the baccalaureate exam specifically in the areas of early, unadapted schemes that are in the field of separation, rejection, and excessive attachment towards others, which are considered as cognitive emotional structures that form from early childhood and affect behavior and emotion The knowledge and interpersonal relationships of the student. Therefore, this study attempts to verify the existence of a causal relationship between these areas and failure in the baccalaureate exam by revealing the differences of these factors for the category of successful and repeaters on the sample of its members: 188 successful and 168 failures in the the capital Algiers, Blida and Medea, by applying the Geoffrey Young scale for the diagrams and using the T TEST test to calculate the differences. The results concluded that there was a statistically significant causal relationship between the study variables
Description: Revue des Sciences Sociales et Humaines
ISSN: 2170-1121
Appears in Collections:numéro 42 SSH V12 N2 B 2020

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