Academic buoyancy was not a term I had come across before until I read this recent piece of research.Academic bouyancy refers to a students' ability to successfully overcome setbacks and difficulties that are typical in the general course of everyday academic life. It may symbolise an important factor on the psycho-educational landscape, helping students who experience challenges at school and with schoolwork (Martin, 2012).Martin (2012) assessed 87 students with ADHD, 3374 non-ADHD peers and........ Read more »
Martin Andrew J. (2012) Academic buoyancy and academic outcomes: Towards a further understanding of students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), students without ADHD, and academic buoyancy itself. The British journal of educational psychology. PMID: 24547755
Differing effects in different countries means that a warmer, more populated, world could meet demand for wheat used to make flour and other food – but with important implications for greenhouse gas emissions and fairness. ... Read more »
Röder, M., Thornley, P., Campbell, G., & Bows-Larkin, A. (2014) Emissions associated with meeting the future global wheat demand: A case study of UK production under climate change constraints. Environmental Science , 13-24. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2014.02.002
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