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|Title:||Relationship between enjoyment of peer acceptance and study habits among adolescents in some schools in Oyo State, Nigeria|
|Authors:||Emeke, E. A.|
|Keywords:||Adolescents, Peer acceptance, Study habits, Oyo State|
|Publisher:||Nigerian Psychological Association|
|Abstract:||Academic excellence is a priority in many countries these days. It also appears academic excellence may only be achieved in an almost stress-free individual with a developed favourable study behaviour. In the light of the above, this paper attempts to look at the problem of enjoyment of peer acceptance as an area of stress for the adolescent, in relation to the acquisition of a favourable study behaviour or study habit. Using the percentage and t-test methods of analysis, two hypothesis were tested. From the results, it was found that: 1. Adolescents students in Oyo State have poor study habits. 2. Popularity as measured by peer acceptance does not affect study habit.|
|Appears in Collections:||Academic Publications in Institute of Education|
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