Issue Title
Vol 14, No 2 (2017) PERSISTENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN NATURAL SCIENCES STUDENTS
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(Eng)
Krupnov A.I., Kozhukhova Y.V., Vorobyeva A.A.
No 1 (2012) Personality Traits and Success in Foreign Language Acquisition
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(Rus)
Krupnov A.I., Kozhukhova Y.V.
No 4 (2009) Psychological structure of persistence of students making better progress
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(Rus)
Kozhukhova Y.V.
No 3 (2009) Personality traits and academic achievements of students
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(Rus)
Novikova I.A., Kargina N.V.
No 1 (2011) Quantitative and qualitative characteristics of persistence of students with different levels of progress in foreign language learning
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(Rus)
Kozhukhova Y.V.
No 3 (2013) Relations of Individually-Typical Features of Persistence with Temperament Properties in Students
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(Rus)
Novikova I.A., Shlyakhta D.A., Baranova S.V.
No 2 (2012) Peculiarities and Psychological Structure of Persistence in Teenager Sportspeople
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(Rus)
Fomina N.A., Golubeva V.A.
No 2 (2014) Psychological Specificity of Persistence in Students
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(Rus)
Baranova S.V.
No 2 (2014) Persistence as a System-Functional Personality Trait and the Five-Factor Model
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(Rus)
Vorobyeva A.A.
No 1 (2015) Psychological Characteristics of Persistence Manifestations in Students
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(Rus)
Kudinov S.S.
No 3 (2014) Features of Self-Realization in Students with High Level of Persistence
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(Rus)
Kudinov S.I., Kudinov S.S., Avdeyev N.P.
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