The effects of stressors, living support, and adjustment on learning performance of international students in Taiwan

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Kevin P. Hwang
Ming-Kuen Wang
Saing Sodanine
Cite this article:  Hwang, K., Wang, M., & Sodanine, S. (2011). The effects of stressors, living support, and adjustment on learning performance of international students in Taiwan. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 39(3), 333-344.


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More students are receiving education in countries other than their homeland and having received education overseas in well-developed countries it is widely recognized as a career asset. International education entails an important set of multicultural life experiences that can enhance future career performances. In this research we investigated factors that influence the learning performance of international students in Taiwan. We examined the relationships between stressor adjustment, social support adjustment, and learning performance. The findings could be used by educational institutions and international students to understand and improve upon the factors that influence learning performance.

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