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Autori: Antičević, Vesna; Klarin, Mira; Kardum, Goran; Sindik, Joško; Proroković, Ana
Naslov: THE CONTRIBUTION OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SATISFACTION OF STUDENTS OF HEALTH STUDIES
Izvornik: 23. DANI RAMIRA I ZORANA BUJASA- knjiga sažetaka
ISSN: 1849-6946
Skup: 23. DANI RAMIRA I ZORANA BUJASA
Mjesto i datum: Zagreb, Hrvatska, 06-08. 04. 2017.
Ključne riječi: personality traits ; emotional intelligence ; health studies
Sažetak:
Personalized medicine means satisfying patients’ psychological and health needs as well as growing demands for health professionals. Consequently, social skills appear as an important factor during health professionals’ education and practical work. Within processes of improving health education and health care, selection and education of health studies students are of particular importance. The aim of this study was to determine the contribution of personality antecedents that reflect social skills of health studies students and to predict their achievement in health studies. Research was conducted in two phases: November 2015 (initial phase) and July 2016 (final evaluation). Variables used in the study were as follows: Big Five Questionnaire (Caprara, Barbaranelli & Borgogni, 2005) ; Emotional Competence Questionnaire (Takšić, 2002) ; Academic Achievement (mean, weighted mean) and Study Satisfaction Scale (Chen & Lo, 2012). Main research finding is the fact that the possibility of academic success and study satisfaction forecast based on three groups of predictors is actually very small. There are only two statistically significant predictors for academic success criterion: high school success and state matura success in the expected direction, which means that the students with better high school success and better state matura results achieve better academic success. However, there is no statistically significant positive correlation between state matura success and school marks success in this sample of respondents. This finding can be expected since higher correlation values between these two high school success indicators are rarely found in certain study program samples (due to homogeneity of students enrolling certain study program and consequently less variability in school success indicators) (Jukic, Anticevic, Svaljug and Orlandini, 2016). Insight into this study could provide information on how to use these findings as a guideline for observing relevant psychological characteristics during selection and education of professionals, as well as for certain aspects of health professionals’ practical work.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Poster
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija
Upisao u CROSBI: Vesna Antičević (vesna.anticevic@ozs.unist.hr), 23. Ruj. 2017. u 18:50 sati



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