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CONATIVE AND EMOTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MATHEMATICALLY TALENTED CHILDREN AND THOSE OF AVERAGE ASILITIES

Vlasta Vizek-Vidović ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb
Vesna Vlahović-Štetić ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb
Lidija Arambašić ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb
Melanija Slaviček ; Osnovna škola "I. Cankara", Zagreb


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The aim of the research was to compare mathematically talented
and average pupils of fourth-grade elementary schools
according to the following conative and emotional characteristics:
motivation for studying mathematics, situational interest for studying
mathematics during lessons, mathematical anxiety, self-esteem
connected to school achievement and attribution of success
and failure in mathematics. The group of pupils talented for mathematics
(N-31) was identified according to the assessment of
teachers, their results in the Standard Progressive Matrixes and
Numerical Test from the B-series, as well as the results in the Knowledge
Test in Mathematics. The second group of children consisted
of pupils with average abilities from three c1asses in which there
were no mathematically talented children (N-85). The results obtained
indicate that the following variables differentiate best the
two groups of children: the attribution of "success" to motivation,
activity and of external factors to intrinsic orientation, the attribution
of "failure" to personal abilities and characteristics and of external
factors to mathematical anxiety.

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31666

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/31666

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