Volume 21 No 3 (2023)
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Dr. Vu Quang, Dr. Nguyen Thi Huyen
The goal of the study was to assess the impact of the relationship between parents on the academic performance of high school students as an intermediary of psychological capital. The study was conducted at specialized high schools in Hanoi. After 6 months of data collection from February to August 2022, the study collected 389 valid surveys and analyzed using Smart PLS software. The results showed that the (good) relationship between parents and children (assessed at time 1) and learning outcomes (assessed at time 3) through the intermediary role of capital psychological (assessed at point 2). Students who were aware of high-quality relationships with their parents reported high levels of psychological capital and achieved better objective academic achievement over time. The theoretical and practical significance of the results discussed, as well as strengths and weaknesses and the direction of future research
Parent-child relationships, psychological capital, performance, Hanoi, Vietnam
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