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Mrs Narges Aeenevand, Dr Ahmad Zandvanian, Dr Maryam Zare,
Volume 12, Issue 46 (9-2023)

Students, as one of the main axes of the education system, play the most important role in the learning process. It is obvious that students' academic performance depends on the degree of their acquired or learned abilities in school subjects, and this variable itself is also influenced by factors. The aim of the present study was to investigate the predictive role of implicit intelligence and multiple intelligences in student`s academic performance with the mediating role of academic engagement. The research method was a descriptive and correlation study. Statistical population was including the entire students in the high school in Ashkzar city in 2020-2021 that 245 individuals were selected through voluntary sampling method. To collect data from questionnaires implicit intelligence, multiple intelligence and academic engagement scales was used. The results showed that both components of implicit intelligence (incremental beliefs and entity beliefs) and the components of logical – mathematical intelligence, interpersonal intelligence and musical intelligence from the multiple intelligence variable, are able to indirectly predict academic performance. In other words, the results showed that incremental beliefs (0.06), entity beliefs (0.03), logical-mathematical intelligence (0.12) and interpersonal intelligence (0.04) predict academic performance positively, by mediating academic engagement and musical intelligence (-0.04) predict academic performance negatively, by mediating academic engagement in high school students. So, based on these results, increasing beliefs of intelligence can increase academic performance and on the other hand, some types of intelligence can play a positive and negative role on academic performance.

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