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Justice Anthony M. Kennedy announced on Wednesday that he would retire from the Supreme Court. His vacancy sets up a showdown for a replacement that could change the direction of the highest court in the United States.

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Table Table5 5 shows ASR-30 (personal vignette) mean item scores by ASE group (lower and higher). A One-way MANOVA was performed on these data with ASE group (lower vs. higher) as the independent variable and ASR-30 item scores as the dependent variables. There was a significant multivariate effect [ F (1, 222) = 2.971, p < 0.001] and significant univariate effects. Significant univariate effects are denoted by “ * ”and reflect scores indicating significantly higher academic resilience for the higher ASE group on all items except items 1, 6, 14, 26, and 29, where any differences were non-significant ( p > 0.05). Effect sizes were medium ( d ≥ 0.5) for 12 of the items and small ( d ≥ 0.2 < 0.05) for the remaining 13 items where a significant group difference was reported.

Academic resilience scale (personal vignette) item summary statistics by academic self-efficacy (ASE) group .

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Table Table6 6 shows ASR-30 (vicarious vignette) mean item scores by ASE group (lower and higher). A One-way MANOVA was performed on these data with ASE group (lower vs. higher) as the independent variable and ASR-30 item scores as the dependent variables. The multivariate effect was non-significant [ F (1, 205) = 0.659, p > 0.05]. Significant univariate effects were only found for items 6, 11, 15 and 24 ( p < 0.05) and reflect scores indicating significantly higher academic resilience for the higher ASE group, although effect sizes were small or minimal ( d < 0.2).

Academic resilience scale (vicarious vignette) item summary statistics by academic self-efficacy (ASE) group .

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shows ASR-30 mean item scores by vignette group. A One-way MANOVA was performed on these data with vignette group (personal vs. vicarious) as the independent variable and ARS-30 item scores as the dependent variables. There was a significant multivariate effect [ F (1, 430) = 14.929, p < 0.001] and significant univariate effects. Significant univariate effects are denoted by “ * ” and “ ** ” and reflect scores indicating significantly higher academic resilience for the vicarious group on all items except items 5 and 19 where academic resilience was significantly lower in the vicarious group (with minimal or small effect size) and items 1, 2, 10, 11, 13, 15, and 17, where any differences were non-significant ( p > 0.05). Effect sizes were large ( d ≥ 0.8) for one item, medium ( d ≥ 0.5) for seven items, small ( d ≥ 0.2) for 12 items, and minimal ( d < 0.2) for the remaining three items where a significant group difference was reported.

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