Personality Trait Predictors of Student Burnout During COVID-19

Name: Max Cooper Collaborators Name(s): Heather Lumsden-Ruegg, Geneva Mariotti, Michelle Kim, Ohji Inoue, Jodi Martin Program & Year: Psychology, 3rd year Project Type: Empirical Study

Name: Max Cooper

Collaborators Name(s): Heather Lumsden-Ruegg, Geneva Mariotti, Michelle Kim, Ohji Inoue, Jodi Martin

Program & Year: Psychology, 3rd year

Project Type: Empirical Study

8 thoughts on “Personality Trait Predictors of Student Burnout During COVID-19

  1. Super timely project and, what a lovely poster! Great work! Curious to know how you decided to handle outliers. Thank you in advance for considering my question. (:

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  2. We have all been concerned about the effects of the pandemic on our students. An interesting approach, focusing on different personality types and their relationship to coping strategies. Well done, Geneva.

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  3. Great job Max and the collaborators. Such an interesting study to learn about, especially these days! A very well-organized and easy-to-read poster. Keep up the great work!

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  4. Great job Max and collaborators!! Such an interesting study to learn about during these times. A very well-organized and easy-to-read poster.

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  5. A concerning climate but an excellent informative poster !Presented well for the lay person to read and absorb. Nice team approach! Thanks for sharing this valuable info.

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  6. Excellent work! They way you have organized the poster makes it easy to read and follow along. Your predictions are well grounded in theory, and tested with a well thought out study.

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