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Journal of At-Risk Issues, v16 n2 p17-23 2011

In this study, the researchers concentrate on the gap in the educational and counseling literature documenting the extent to which certain psychosocial variables may contribute to the prediction of students who are at risk of dropping out of high school. Specifically, wellness, perceived stress, mattering, and at-risk status for dropping out of high school were assessed across 175 students attending a medium-sized high school located in the southeastern part of the United States. Participants completed a demographic questionnaire, the Five Factor Wellness Inventory-Teenage Version, the Student At-Risk Identification Scale-Student Questionnaire, the General Mattering Scale, and the Perceived Stress Scale. Using a regression analysis, the researchers found that the complete model, including all seven predictor variables, significantly predicted at-risk status for dropping out of high school, F(7, 167) = 12.89, p less than 0.05. This model accounted for 35.1% of the variance in at-risk status for dropping out of high school. Based on these findings, counselors should utilize skills and interventions that help students stay intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally engaged in the learning process. (Contains 3 tables.)

Descriptors: High School Students, Dropouts, Wellness, At Risk Students, Predictor Variables, Identification, Measures (Individuals), Researchers, Correlation, Stress Variables, Questionnaires, Adolescents, Regression (Statistics)

National Dropout Prevention Center/Network. Clemson University, 209 Martin Street, Clemson, SC 29631. Tel: 864-56-599; Fax: 864-656-0136; e-mail: ndpc[at]clemson.edu; Web site: http://www.dropoutprevention.org/ndpcdefault.htm





Autor: Lemon, Jan C.; Watson, Joshua C.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3277&id=EJ960073







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