1991．第19卷第2期（Vol. 19 No. 2）．pp. 155160
Involvement in Extracurricular Activities as Related to Academic Performance, Personality, and Peer Acceptance
Yee-Wang FUNG & Ngai-Ying WONG（馮以浤、黃毅英）
A total of 294 Hong Kong secondary school students responded to a questionnaire evaluating their involvement in extracurricular-activities, academic performance, personality and acceptance by their classmates. The actual number of extracurricular activities they enrolled and the amount of time they spent on these activities were recorded. They were also asked if they had taken up duties in these activities. Results showed that involvement in extracurricular activities was positively related to academic performance, personality, and peer acceptance.