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Published Jan 29, 2021

Hang Hu  

Abstract

Behaviors like book-borrowing and early-rising relatively reflect the process of thinking development of college students' self-efficacy consciousness and self-cognition adjustment. A study published in Distance Education in China collected the log data of library book-borrowing and smart card consumption of 833 university students, constructing characteristic index for learning performance, book-borrowing, and early-rising.

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Hu, H. (2021). Does Book-borrowing or Early-rising Benefit for College Students’ Academic Performance?. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 7(1), 929–930. Retrieved from https://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/350
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