Learning style, personality traits and intelligence as predictors of college academic performance

@inproceedings{Furnham2012LearningSP,
  title={Learning style, personality traits and intelligence as predictors of college academic performance},
  author={Adrian Furnham},
  year={2012}
}
Students completed various tests soon after arriving at university: the NEO-PI-R measure of the Big Five Personality Traits (Costa & McCrae, 1992); the Study Process Questionnaire (SPQ) (Biggs, 1978) and four measures of Cognitive Ability: the Wonderlic Personnel Test (Wonderlic, 1992), the Baddeley Reasoning Test (Baddeley, 1968), the Ravens Progressive Matrices (Raven, 1965) and the General Knowledge Test (Lynn & Irwing, 2002). One year later they completed comprehensive essay-based exams… CONTINUE READING

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