The Effects of Circadian Typology, Emotional Intelligence and Creativity on the Academic Achievement of Secondary School Students in Delta State, Nigeria
Agokei, R. C.
Journal Title:Journal of Research in Education and Society
The study investigated the effects of Circadian Typology, Emotional Intelligence and Creativity on the achievement of 300 Senior Secondary School III Students in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria. The participants responded to three valid scales. A correspondence of the participants academic achievement was retrieved from their schools. Using Pearson Product Correlation and Multiple Regression procedures to investigate the predictive capacity of the independent variables on the dependent variables, the result indicated that the three independent variables, when taken together were effective in predicting academic achievement. However while circadian typology had no significant contributive effect, other variables contributed significantly to achievement. It was recommended that emotional intelligence and creativity should be fostered and encouraged among students in accordance of enhancing students positivity in the academic.