PREDICTION OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN OBLIGATORY COMPULSORY EDUCATION AND BACCALAUREATE STUDENTS THROUGH THE MILLON ADOLESCENT CLINICAL INVENTORY

  • Miguel Ángel Broc Cavero
  • Carmen Gil Ciria
Keywords: adolescent psychopatology, personality prototypes, expressed preoccupations, personality disorders, academic achievement, compulsory secondary education and baccalaureate students, logistic regression, academic failure, MACI

Abstract

The progressive increase of the conflicting in the classrooms, the behavior problems among students and teachers and the increasing appearance of personality disorders, added to a bigger academic failure in some groups of adolescents joined to social and familiar dysfunctions have done posed us, from a clinical and psychopatological perspective, a research basically correlational multivariable with binary logistic regression techniques, intending to found initial relationships between personality and educational (achievement) variables. About 380 students of Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO – 12 to 16, and Baccalaureate –16 to 19 years) were administered the Millon Adolescents Clinical Inventory (and other materials) as well as academic performance measures.

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Author Biographies

Miguel Ángel Broc Cavero
Universidad de Zaragoza
Carmen Gil Ciria
Universidad de Zaragoza
How to Cite
Broc Cavero, M. Ángel, & Gil Ciria, C. (1). PREDICTION OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN OBLIGATORY COMPULSORY EDUCATION AND BACCALAUREATE STUDENTS THROUGH THE MILLON ADOLESCENT CLINICAL INVENTORY. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 24(1), 158-167. Retrieved from https://revistas.um.es/analesps/article/view/32931
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Psychology and professional practice