Does the confidence of first-year undergraduate students change over time according to achievement goal profile?

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Putwain, DW; Sander, P;

© 2014 Society for Research into Higher Education. This study examined the changes in students' academic behavioural confidence over the course of their first year of academic study and whether changes differ by their achievement goal profile. Self-report data were coll... View more
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