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Lone Wolves versus the Rest: Affect, Conflict, Connectedness, Trust, Teamwork Quality and Student Group Performance(Dublin Business School, 2017)Background: Many employers identify willingness to work and learn in teams as a key graduate attribute. This study examined connectedness, team work quality, student satisfaction and affect effects on group work performance, ...
(Dublin Business School, 2017)Background: Lecture attendance has been a key factor in enhancing student performance (e.g. Arulampalam, Naylor & Smith, 2012), but is it as important as it used to be? This study examines student pattern of attendance ...
Theory of planned behaviour incorporating expectations and anticipated emotions in prediction of student exercise intentions(Dublin Business School, 2018)
Utilizing a self-case study assessment to enhance learning and facilitate the application of social cognition theory(Dublin Business School, 2019)