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Are There Gender Differences In The Relationship Between Academic Performance and Social Behavior?

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Article

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell in Human Communication Research Volume 19, Issue 1, pages 155-175.

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Human Communication Research

Abstract

A growing body of research suggests that peer-related communication skills and experiences may facilitate academic achievement, especially in the college environment. However, there is substantial evidence that men and women differ in peer-related interaction skills and patterns, suggesting that there may be gender differences in the relationship between academic performance and interaction with peers.

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