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One of the major problems of the modern educational system is scholastic under-achievement by talented students. Until recently the typical study had been chiefly concerned with the correlation between level of ability and academic success, while many studies referred to the presumed relationship between emotional stability and academic achievement. On the college level such characteristics as failure to adjust to college life, poor study habits, lack of awareness of his real level of ability on the part of the student, and other such Causes have been tacitly assumed as the explanation for under- achievement
Holmquist, Marjorie Regina. (1960). Relationship of Personality Characteristics to Scholastic Achievement and Underachievement of Talented College Students. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1460
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