How to Write a Summary of an Article? Feldman The University of Georgia Previous reviews of the literature on the relationship between age and job performance have largely focused on core task performance but have paid much less attention to other job behaviors that also contribute to productivity.
Volume 5, Issue 6, DecemberPages: American Journal of Nursing Science. December 5, ; Accepted: December 19, ; Published: February 10, Abstract: A descriptive correlational design was utilized in this study.
This article was carried out in freedom school for basic education boys and girls at Cairo governorate. A purposive sample was composed of school age children and their teachers.
Tools of data collection consisted of three parts: This finding implies that there was a wide gap in how males develop their self-concept as compared with female students.
The relationship between gender and academic performance was investigated. The students with high academic achievement receive reward and have more opportunities in future. The researchers recommended implementing psycho-educational program in formal and informal curriculum for parents, teachers to provide a chance for students express themselves and developing their self-esteem and self-confidence.
Background of the Study Self-concept is the core of human personality.
It is the set of perceptions that the person has about himself, the set of characteristics, attributes, qualities, deficiencies, capacities limits, values and relationships that the subject knows to be descriptive of him [ 1 ]. Academic Self-Concept ASC refers to "the personal beliefs someone develops about their academic abilities or skills".
Parenting styles and early educators have an influence on Academic self-concept [ 2 ]. Academic self-concept and academic performance directly affect each other. Academic self-concept for example: Teachers show an important role in developing the academic self-concept among school age children.
When teachers acted something on a child without respect, he might have a negative effect such as accepting himself as weak. Therefore, there is an association between academic self-concept and academic performance. Individuals, who have high academic performance are characterized by feeling more responsibility in school and seldom violate the rules and regulations [ 7 ].
A helpful learning environment by teachers can fulfill the psychological needs of the students. Academic self-concept can be classified into two major types that are positive academic self-concept and negative academic self-concept. Positive academic self-concept is concerned, that person has confident and sure of himself, good interests, objective and not too sensitive.
This individual may accept the criticism from others and may able to express their views and opinions. On differing point, individual who has negative academic self-concept has too subjective nature.performance on a ﬂanker task.
The bilinguals, who were about twenty years old, were divided into two groups (early bilinguals and late bilinguals) according to whether they became actively bilingual before or after the age of ten years. 00 DOI: / 2.
The Relationship of Age to Ten Dimensions of Job Performance Thomas W. H. Ng The University of Hong Kong Daniel C. Feldman The University of Georgia Previous reviews of the literature on the relationship between age and job performance have largely focused on core task performance but have paid much less attention to other job behaviors that also.
DECISION-MAKING AND PERFORMANCE The first phase of this study addressed the relation of the quality of decision-making ability to skilled performance in tennis. The relation of tennis knowledge, serve skill, and groundstroke skill was examined within two age groups ( and years) of expert and novice male tennis players.
CHILDREN WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS Carmen Rasmussen1, Katy Wyper1, ToM develops around age 4 and is correlated with performance on executive functioning tasks.
The relationship between theory of mind and executive functions in children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders Can J Clin Pharmacol Vol 16 . Group dynamics is a system of behaviors and psychological processes occurring within a social group (intragroup dynamics), or between social groups (intergroup dynamics).
The study of group dynamics can be useful in understanding decision-making behaviour, tracking the spread of diseases in society, creating effective therapy techniques, and. THE RELATION OF GROUP PERFORMANCE TO THE AGE OF MEMBERS IN HOMOGENEOUS GROUPS ROSS A. WEBBER University of Pennsylvania Comparison of individual and group problem solving has a long history.
From early works (24, 29) to later reviews (4, 20), group performance is seen to possess certain advantages over individual performance.