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ERIC Number: EJ156124
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Cheating Behavior, Anticipated Success-Failure, Confidence, and Test Importance
Houston, John P.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 69, 1, 55-60, Feb 77
When correlations between actual university classroom cheating behavior (multiple-choice answer copying) and pretest estimates of success, confidence, and test importance were studied answer copying correlated positively with estimates of success. Confidence in these estimates of success also correlated positively with answer copying, while judgments of test importance, which were uniformly high, did not. (Author/MV)
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