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ERIC Number: EJ289077
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1983
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Sociocultural and Educational Correlates of Success-Failure Attributions and Evaluation Anxiety in the School Setting for Black, Hispanic, and Anglo Children.
Willig, Ann C.; And Others
American Educational Research Journal, v20 n3 p385-410 Fall 1983
Social, cultural, and personal factors in moderating achievement attributions and evaluation anxiety as they affect math performance were studied for 397 Anglo, Black, and Hispanic students. Motivation contributed to low academic achievement in all groups; causal attributions were more predictive for Blacks and Anglos, while anxiety scores were more predictive for Hispanics. (Author/LC)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Journal Articles
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Language: English
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