Love Interest: A Study in Students' Attitude and Study Habits caused by the person they adore

Admiration was associated with higher degrees of personal development. These are positive feelings in reaction to a great person. These feelings ought to support someone in maintaining their ideas and values as guides for behavior and also contribute to the adoption and internalization of ideals and goals (Schindler et al. 2013). Admiring someone can give you inspiration, but it may also have some other effects. The positive results are emotional well-being, social support, and self-worth. While anxiety, depression, and substance misuse are examples of negative effects (Abinesh, 2023) that can happen when admiration turns into obsession. In addition, thinking of the person you admire can cause distraction in focusing on teacher while discussing, memorizing, and reviewing lessons (Bibon & Barcenas 2022). Two interaction effects showed that crush status was protective at high levels of anxious withdrawal but a risk factor for depressed symptoms at low levels (Julie & Rebecca, 2016). One of the moral or appreciative feelings that are elicited by an individual is considered to be admiration (Yue, Huipinb, & Yupei, 2021), and it is believed that admiration serves vital purposes (Diana, Thomas, & Joanne, 2016). Admiration can give inspiration and motivation to a person; thus, this can encourage to improve oneself. The primary function of admiration is to encourage personal growth and change (Ines, et al., 2021). Although we may perceive effort, interest, attitude, and desire, motivation is a concept that exists outside of physical reality. When speaking, performance comes second, and competence comes first. The likelihood of competence increases with a communicator's motivation (Mas D.I., 2016). Emotional experiences can serve as a motivation for the creation of extraordinary ideas and artwork (Imanbayev & Omirzakova 2024). Inspiration has a major impact on students ' academic journeys by acting as a catalyst and impacting their attitude, motivation, and cognitive processes (Intan, et al., 2020). Being unmotivated to study can be the cause of low grades.

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