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      Longitudinal modelling of academic buoyancy and motivation: do the '5Cs' hold up over time?

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          Academic buoyancy is students' ability to successfully deal with setbacks and challenges that are typical of academic life. The present study extends previous preliminary cross-sectional work that tentatively identified five motivational predictors of academic buoyancy - referred to as the '5Cs' of academic buoyancy: confidence (self-efficacy), coordination (planning), commitment (persistence), composure (low anxiety), and control (low uncertain control).

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          Journal
          Br J Educ Psychol
          The British journal of educational psychology
          Wiley
          0007-0998
          0007-0998
          Sep 2010
          : 80
          : Pt 3
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney, Australia. andrew.martin@sydney.edu.au
          Article
          bjep847
          10.1348/000709910X486376
          20170601

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