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Vousden, Janet I.; Cunningham, Anna J.; Johnson, Helen; Waldron, Sam; Ammi, Sabrina; Pillinger, Claire; Savage, Robert; Wood, Clare – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Despite the fact that literacy instruction is a main focus of primary education, many children struggle to meet nationally set standards. Aims: We aimed to test which components of a comprehensive reading programme (ABRACADABRA:…
Descriptors: Decoding (Reading), Reading Comprehension, Small Group Instruction, Elementary School Students
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Lin, Tzu-Jung; Kraatz, Elizabeth; Ha, Seung Yon; Hsieh, Ming-Yi; Glassman, Michael; Nagpal, Manisha; Sallade, Rebecca; Shin, Sangin – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Students form interpersonal and intrapersonal classroom social experiences with peers. While diverse intervention programmes have been developed, few have integrated social-emotional learning into academic activities to maximize the potential for learning and development. Aims: This study examined the effects of collaborative…
Descriptors: Social Experience, Cooperative Learning, Group Discussion, Peer Relationship
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Holenstein, Mathias; Bruckmaier, Georg; Grob, Alexander – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: According to the self-enhancement perspective, self-efficacy and self-concept are shaped by prior achievement and have a crucial impact on future development. Their role in improving performance on challenging tasks, such as mathematical modelling (i.e., solving realistic problems mathematically), has barely been studied. Aims: We…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Self Efficacy, Self Concept, Mathematics Achievement
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Ludyga, Sebastian; Gerber, Markus; Brand, Serge; Möhring, Wenke; Pühse, Uwe – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Accumulating evidence suggests that adolescents' moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) is associated with less off-task behaviour in the classroom. However, the contribution of cognitive functions to this relation still remains unclear. Executive function and aspects of social cognition, which appear to be correlated with MVPA,…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Physical Activity Level, Physical Activities, Executive Function
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Raufelder, Diana; Kulakow, Stefan – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Based on learned helplessness theory and conservation of resources theory, the present study explores the role of schools' social environments (i.e., school belonging, school exclusion, and teacher-student relationships) as potential buffers and amplifiers in students' development of learned helplessness during adolescence. Aims: We…
Descriptors: Sense of Community, Teacher Student Relationship, Helplessness, Adolescents
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King, Ronnel B.; Frondozo, Cherry Eron – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Past studies on emotions have mostly focused on mean levels of positive and negative emotions. In recent years, the concept of emotional diversity (emodiversity) which refers to the variety and relative abundance of emotions was introduced and was found to have important implications for mental and physical health. However, its role in…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, High School Students, Learner Engagement, Student Diversity
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Bell, Beth T.; Taylor, Caitlin; Paddock, Danielle; Bates, Adam – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: A growing body of research has linked social media use to negative body image. Aims: The present research aimed to evaluate the efficacy of "Digital Bodies," a brief classroom-based intervention that aims to improve adolescents' body image. Methods: British adolescents (N = 290; Age M = 12.81; SD = 0.40; Range = 12-13; Female…
Descriptors: Intervention, Self Concept, Human Body, Adolescents
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McNaughton, Stuart; Zhu, Tong; Rosedale, Naomi; Jesson, Rebecca; Oldehaver, Jacinta; Williamson, Rachel – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
More needs to be known about the benefits and risks to the development of interpersonal and intrapersonal skills in ubiquitous digital environments at school and at home. Nine to 12-year-old students (n = 186) in a 1:1 digital programme serving low SES and culturally diverse communities rated their self-regulation and social skills for both…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Influence of Technology, Diversity, Interpersonal Competence
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Tan, Tony Xing; Liu, Yanhong; Damjanovic, Victoria; Ledford, Elyse; Li, Gen; Li, Yanzheng – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a risk for learning. Because ADHD commonly includes behaviours of inattention and behaviours of hyperactivity/impulsivity, how the two types of behaviours independently affect children's academic competence remains poorly understood. Aims: To investigate the impact of behaviours of…
Descriptors: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Hyperactivity, Conceptual Tempo, Attention
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Kim, Lisa E.; Oxley, Laura; Asbury, Kathryn – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Teaching and caring for pupils during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for many teachers, and its impact on teachers' mental health and well-being (MHWB) should be of great national and international concern. Aim and participants: This study examines 24 primary and secondary school teachers' MHWB experiences across three time…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Well Being, Longitudinal Studies, Elementary School Teachers
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Gordon, Rebecca; Santana De Morais, Danila; Whitelock, Emily; Mukarram, Arzoo – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Developmental research provides considerable evidence of a strong relationship between verbal and visuospatial working memory (WM) and mathematics ability across age groups. However, little is known about how components of WM (i.e., short-term storage, processing speed, the central executive) might relate to mathematics sub-categories…
Descriptors: Short Term Memory, Mathematics, Spatial Ability, Verbal Ability
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Toseeb, Umar – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SENDs) and their families have been particularly hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. In this longitudinal study, sibling conflict in these families during and after the first lockdown in the United Kingdom was investigated. Online questionnaires were completed by 504 parents of young…
Descriptors: Conflict, Sibling Relationship, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Lohbeck, Annette; Frenzel, Anne Christiane – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Numerous studies have explored pre-service teachers' motivation for choosing teaching as a career and the relations of pre-service teachers' motivation profile membership to long-term consequences. In contrast, little is still known about certain predictors and the more proximal consequences of pre-service teachers' motivation profile…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Profiles, Career Choice, Teaching (Occupation)
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Raccanello, Daniela; Florit, Elena; Brondino, Margherita; Rodà, Antonio; Mason, Lucia – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Online multiple-text comprehension is a key skill of the 21st Century, yet the study of its relations with boredom in young students has been disregarded. Boredom is an achievement emotion expected to be predicted negatively by antecedents like control and value appraisals and to be associated to a negative performance. Notwithstanding…
Descriptors: Reading Comprehension, Learner Engagement, Elementary School Students, Reading Fluency
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Bureau, Julien S.; Gareau, Alexandre; Guay, Frédéric; Mageau, Geneviève A. – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Background: Cheating at the post-secondary level is a skewed phenomenon. While personality and environmental factors are associated with cheating, few studies account for the zero inflation when predicting cheating behaviour. Aim: In this study, we explore a person-situation interaction hypothesis where teacher autonomy support (AS) could modify…
Descriptors: Cheating, Student Behavior, Ethics, Integrity
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