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|How do affective variables (motivation, linguistic confidence, ego-resilience) predict language-based problem-solving skills in second language learners?|
|Jeongwon Choi, Daeun Kang, Hyeeun Choi, Dongsun Yim|
|Clinical Archives of Communication Disorders. 2020;5(2):66-76. Published online 2020 August 31 DOI: https://doi.org/10.21849/cacd.2020.00213|
How do affective variables (motivation, linguistic confidence, ego-resilience) predict language-based problem-solving skills in second language learners?
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