Personality , intelligence and approaches to learning as predictors of academic performance

  title={Personality , intelligence and approaches to learning as predictors of academic performance},
  author={Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Adrian Furnham},
Students completed four psychometric tests soon after arriving at university: the NEO–PI-R measure of the Big Five personality traits (Costa & McCrae, 1992); the Study Process Questionnaire, which measures approaches to learning (Biggs, 1978); and two measures of cognitive ability: the Wonderlic IQ Test (Wonderlic, 1992) and the Baddeley Reasoning Test (Baddeley, 1968) of fluid intelligence (gf). A year later they completed comprehensive essay-based exams and received a mean score based on six… CONTINUE READING
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