Is academic buoyancy anything more than adaptive coping?

@article{Putwain2012IsAB,
  title={Is academic buoyancy anything more than adaptive coping?},
  author={David W Putwain and Liz Connors and Wendy Symes and Erica Douglas-Osborn},
  journal={Anxiety, stress, and coping},
  year={2012},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={349-58}
}
Academic buoyancy refers to a positive, constructive, and adaptive response to the types of challenges and setbacks experienced in a typical and everyday academic setting. In this project we examined whether academic buoyancy explained any additional variance in test anxiety over and above that explained by coping. Two hundred and ninety-eight students in their final two years of compulsory schooling completed self-report measures of academic buoyancy, coping, and test anxiety. Results… CONTINUE READING
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