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Liu, Yue; Wang, Chuang; Liu, Jian; Liu, Hongyun – Educational Psychology, 2022
The primary goals of this study are to investigate if cognitive activation increases mathematics self-efficacy, which in turn alleviates anxiety and to examine the moderating role of internal migrant status. Hierarchical linear models and multilevel structural equation models were employed to datasets of 3088 fourth graders from 57 classrooms in…
Descriptors: Mathematics Skills, Self Efficacy, Mathematics Anxiety, Migrant Children
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Collie, Rebecca J. – Educational Psychology, 2022
This study examined the extent to which students' perceptions of social-emotional instructional support (autonomy-support, competence-support) from teachers is associated with their perceived social-emotional competence and, in turn, behavioural and emotional well-being outcomes. Two types of perceived competence were examined: perceived…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Personal Autonomy, Competence, Student Attitudes
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Nalipay, Ma. Jenina N.; King, Ronnel B.; Mordeno, Imelu G.; Wang, Hui – Educational Psychology, 2022
Implicit beliefs have received growing attention in the literature. However, past studies have usually focussed on students' implicit beliefs about intelligence. The present study aimed to extend the literature on implicit beliefs to the domain of teaching and examine whether implicit beliefs about one's teaching ability would predict teacher…
Descriptors: Cognitive Structures, Teacher Effectiveness, Well Being, Self Concept
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Wang, Chia-Chi; Chiou, Wen-Bin – Educational Psychology, 2022
People often underestimate their completion times of future tasks or events. The phenomenon of optimistic time prediction is called the planning fallacy. Prior research has demonstrated that individuals are less likely to make optimistic predictions about events that are temporally relatively close. Furthermore, events involving relatively more…
Descriptors: Time Management, Undergraduate Students, Prediction, Time Perspective
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Jiang, Juming; Tanaka, Ayumi – Educational Psychology, 2022
The present research has examined the role of autonomy support provided by support staff in higher education, specifically teaching assistants (TAs), at a university in Japan in Study 1 and political instructors (PIs), at universities in China in Study 2. Self-determination theory was used to derive a model in which autonomy support related to the…
Descriptors: Well Being, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Personal Autonomy, Undergraduate Students
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Tomek, Raphaela; Urhahne, Detlef – Educational Psychology, 2022
Student noise can affect teachers' stress experience and work performance. Two experimental studies were conducted to examine these effects in more detail. Based on Lazarus' transactional stress model and the maximal adaptability theory, we assumed an increase in stress experience due to noise and stimulating effects of noise up to a point of…
Descriptors: Acoustics, Student Teacher Attitudes, Stress Variables, Job Performance
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Kuan, Tat-Yeung James; Zhang, Li-Fang – Educational Psychology, 2022
The principal objective of this research was to examine the relationships between thinking styles and time perspectives. Four hundred and fifty-one secondary school students from Hong Kong responded to the Thinking Styles Inventory-Revised II (TSI-R2) and the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory (ZTPI). Results showed that when gender, school year…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Time Perspective, Secondary School Students, Foreign Countries
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Lee, Minhye; Bong, Mimi – Educational Psychology, 2022
Student motivation varies quickly, particularly under the pressing context. However, extant literature tends to focus on the individual, rather than contextual, differences in motivational patterns. We examined Korean adolescents' time-varying pursuits of achievement goals and learning outcomes using the experience sampling method, which collects…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Goal Orientation, Academic Achievement, Test Preparation
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Clinton-Lisell, Virginia – Educational Psychology, 2022
Both medium (paper or screens) and interest have been noted as important factors in learning from reading text, but connections between them have not been examined. The purposes of this study are to examine whether reading medium and interest, both individual and situational, interact to predict performance on a reading assessment and whether…
Descriptors: Electronic Publishing, Books, Reading Interests, Performance
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Deng, Xinmei; Zeng, Huijun; Liang, Mingyi; Qiu, Jiaqi – Educational Psychology, 2022
The current study identified career-development profiles in a sample of 4815 Chinese adolescents (M[subscript age] = 16.19 years, SD = 0.67) and examined their associations with academic self-efficacy and academic motivation. The latent profile model was built on four facets of career development (career feeling, career belief, career exploration,…
Descriptors: Correlation, Career Development, Academic Achievement, Student Motivation
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Duchesne, St├ęphane; Ratelle, Catherine F.; Larose, Simon – Educational Psychology, 2022
This study examined the cross-lagged relationships between students' autonomous motivations (intrinsic motivation and identified regulations) and approach goals (mastery and performance) in school. The sample included 449 students (52% girls) in Grades 7 and 8 (secondary 1 and 2). Results showed that intrinsic motivation (IM) positively predicted…
Descriptors: Correlation, Personal Autonomy, Student Motivation, Grade 7
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Riener, Gerhard; Wagner, Valentin – Educational Psychology, 2022
This paper presents evidence how pupils choose different types of non-monetary rewards for educational attainment. These rewards are external to the learning process, but unlike cash-for-grades rewards internal to the practice of schooling. We collected data from a non-incentivized survey and an incentivized survey, which was part of a larger…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Rewards, Incentives, Preferences
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Kao, Chen-Yao – Educational Psychology, 2022
This research aimed to examine the differential effects of simile and metaphor on creativity. In the main study, 123 participants were recruited from a university in Taiwan. A within-subjects experimental design was used to investigate how variables related to simile and metaphor influenced these participants' fluency and originality scores. As…
Descriptors: Figurative Language, Creativity, Foreign Countries, Verbal Communication
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Glass, Arnold L.; Kang, Mengxue – Educational Psychology, 2022
Performance on homework questions was compared with performance on related exam questions querying the same fact or principle, was used to assess the effect of answering online homework questions on subsequent exam performance. A distinctive pattern of performance was found for some students in which superior performance on online homework…
Descriptors: Homework, Academic Achievement, Tests, College Students
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Koenka, Alison C.; Linnenbrink-Garcia, Lisa; Moshontz, Hannah; Atkinson, Kayla M.; Sanchez, Carmen E.; Cooper, Harris – Educational Psychology, 2021
This research synthesis examined the impact of grades, comments, and no performance feedback on academic motivation and achievement in elementary and secondary school. Four meta-analyses were conducted, with two each exploring the impact of (a) grades versus no performance feedback and (b) grades versus comments on academic motivation and…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Academic Achievement, Grades (Scholastic), Student Motivation
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