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Parker, Philip David; Marsh, Herbert W.; Ciarrochi, Joseph; Marshall, Sarah; Abduljabbar, Adel Salah – Educational Psychology, 2014
In this study, we tested the hypothesis that self-efficacy and self-concept reflect different underlying processes and both are critical to understanding long-term achievement outcomes. Although both types of self-belief are well established in educational psychology, research comparing and contrasting their relationship with achievement has been…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Mathematics Achievement, Statistical Analysis, Self Concept
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Marsh, Herbert W.; Pekrun, Reinhard; Parker, Philip D.; Murayama, Kou; Guo, Jiesi; Dicke, Theresa; Lichtenfeld, Stephanie – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2017
Consistently with a priori predictions, school retention (repeating a year in school) had largely positive effects for a diverse range of 10 outcomes (e.g., math self-concept, self-efficacy, anxiety, relations with teachers, parents and peers, school grades, and standardized achievement test scores). The design, based on a large, representative…
Descriptors: Grade Repetition, Self Concept, Self Efficacy, Anxiety
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Martin, Andrew J.; Marsh, Herbert W. – Journal of School Psychology, 2008
Academic buoyancy is developed as a construct reflecting everyday academic resilience within a positive psychology context and is defined as students' ability to successfully deal with academic setbacks and challenges that are typical of the ordinary course of school life (e.g., poor grades, competing deadlines, exam pressure, difficult…
Descriptors: Structural Equation Models, Self Efficacy, Factor Analysis, Teacher Student Relationship
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Morin, Alexandre J. S.; Marsh, Herbert W.; Nagengast, Benjamin; Scalas, L. Francesca – Journal of Experimental Education, 2014
Many classroom climate studies suffer from 2 critical problems: They (a) treat climate as a student-level (L1) variable in single-level analyses instead of a classroom-level (L2) construct in multilevel analyses; and (b) rely on manifest-variable models rather than on latent-variable models that control measurement error at L1 and L2, and sampling…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Structural Equation Models, Grade 5
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Marsh, Herbert W.; Yeung, Alexander Seeshing – Multivariate Behavioral Research, 2001
Evaluated and reanalyzed data from a study of internal/external (I/E) frame of reference and academic self-concept by M. Bong (1998). The reanalysis provides strong support for the original I/E model, some support for the separation of the internal and external comparison processes, and good support for a new extension to incorporate a wider range…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, High School Students, High Schools, Mathematics