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Big Fish and Other School Effects on Academic Self-Concept
A substantial amount of research indicates that academic self-concept is a function of both individual characteristics, and school effects that impact on the development of self-perceptions. Few studies have studied a ...
Self-concepts of adolescents with learning disabilities: A large-scale database study
Using the ELS: 2002 national database, we compared the self-concepts in reading, math, and general academic areas for students with and without identified learning disabilities. Unlike most similar research, students’ ...
Urbanicity and Academic Self-Concept
The main focus of this study was the relationships between school urbanicity (size of community in which the school is located) and fifth-grade students’ academic self-concepts. Using multi-level modeling methodology (HLM) ...