The purpose of this study was to examine the differences between honors students, honors-eligible students, and non-honors students with regard to their perceived parental relationships, academic self-concepts, and academic achievement. Of the 180 participants, there were 48 honors students, 32 honors-eligible students, and 100 non-honors students. Academic achievement was measured using grade-point average; academic self-concept and perceived parental relationships were measured using the Self-Perception Profile for College Students (Neemann & Harter, 1986). Results indicated differences among the three groups.
Advisor(s) or Committee Chair
Dr. Anne N. Rinn
Lalonde, Melinda, "Relationships between Achievement, Academic Self-Concept, and Perceived Parental Relationships among College Students of Varying Ability Levels" (2006). Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects. Paper 194.