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NAZAR, Thaís Cristina Gutstein; TARTARI, Michele Quaglioto; VANAZI, Ana Caroline Grassi  and  BELUSSO, Andreia. Social skills and academic performance: a comparative study between health and human curses and exact and social applied areas. Aletheia [online]. 2020, vol.53, n.2, pp. 07-21. ISSN 1413-0394.

Considering social skills relevance for the academic and professional students development, this study aims to verify the existence of relations between the variables Social Skills and Academic Performance analyzing the factors that compose them to the university environment. This study is characterized by a quantitative correlational descriptive research in which 628 university students of the health and human and applied social and exact areas participated, who answered the Social Skills Inventory IHS (Del Prette & Del Prette, 2014). For the data processing by using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (IBM SPSS) 21.0 for Windows. It was possible to verify the correlation between Social Skills and Academic Performance in the health and human courses, in contrast there is no statistically significant correlation between both in the courses of the exact and social applied areas. There is theoretical support for these verifications and it is possible to analyze it in this article.

Keywords : Social skills; Academic performance; University students.

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