Are Student-Professor Relationships More Important to Persistence in Hard Courses?

A bevy of different research studies establishes that student-faculty relationships are important on a number of fronts. For example, they predict persistence and completion in college. They impact the amount of effort students make in courses. They affect the development of studentsí academic self-concepts. But do they matter more in courses that students consider especially difficult?

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