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Chen, Fu; Cui, Ying – Educational Psychology, 2020
This study used the data from the 2015 OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) to examine the relationship between perceived teacher unfairness and science achievement with a three-level hierarchical linear model (HLM) as the analytic approach. Data of 188,104 students from 4895 schools in 52 countries and economies were used…
Descriptors: Science Achievement, Correlation, Foreign Countries, Achievement Tests
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Liu, Hongrui; Yao, Meilin; Li, Ruoxuan; Zhang, Lifan – Educational Psychology, 2020
Regulatory focus may shape the manner in which students perceive and respond to learning environments and then further influence their attitudes and behaviors. In the current study, 1487 adolescents in China were surveyed to illuminate the relationship between regulatory focus and learning engagement. The results showed that promotion focus was a…
Descriptors: Correlation, Learner Engagement, Self Efficacy, Adolescent Development
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Zhou, Da; Du, Xiaofeng; Hau, Kit-Tai; Luo, Haifeng; Feng, Pingting; Liu, Jian – Educational Psychology, 2020
This study investigated the mediating roles of self-efficacy and anxiety on the effects of teacher-student relationship on mathematical problem-solving ability. A total of 1667 fifth graders from central China participated in the large-scale survey. The findings indicated that (1) teacher-student relationship had a direct and positive effect on…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Problem Solving, Mathematics Achievement, Self Efficacy
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Wong, Tracy K. Y.; Konishi, Chiaki; Tao, Lydia – Educational Psychology, 2019
Guided by the school climate and social-emotional learning literature, this study explored math self-concept in relation to student-teacher relationships and students' sense of school belonging while accounting for sex differences. Participants included two random subsamples (Ns = 532; 558) of 15-year-old Canadian students who participated in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Achievement Tests, Educational Environment, Self Concept
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Putwain, David W.; von der Embse, Nathaniel P. – Educational Psychology, 2019
Based on the Job Demands-resources (RD-R) model, the aim of the current study was to examine how pressure arising from imposed curriculum changes and teacher self-efficacy relate to perceived stress in teachers. Participants (839 teachers working in English schools) completed an online survey that contained questions about demographics,…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Self Efficacy, Curriculum Development, Stress Variables
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Thomas, Kendra J.; Moreira de Cunha, Josafá; Americo de Souza, Denise; Santo, Jonathan – Educational Psychology, 2019
Recent research has established the importance of children and adolescents developing a growth mindset for future success and motivation. This research tests believes about fairness, adult trust, and school climate that are theoretically foundational for establishing a cognitive connection between effort and outcome. Regressions and MANOVAS were…
Descriptors: Ethics, Trust (Psychology), Educational Environment, Justice
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Tilga, Henri; Hein, Vello; Koka, Andre; Hamilton, Kyra; Hagger, Martin S. – Educational Psychology, 2019
Students' health-related quality of life (HRQoL) may depend on the extent to which the school environment fostered by their teacher is perceived as autonomy-supportive. We tested a conditional process model in a physical education context in which students' perception of their teachers' autonomy-supportive behaviour moderated the relationship…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Physical Education, Adolescents, Quality of Life
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Liou, Pey-Yan; Wang, Cheng-Lung; Lin, John J. H. – Educational Psychology, 2019
This study aimed to examine the mediating effects of motivational beliefs in the relations between parental involvement and science achievement. Three types of motivational beliefs, namely, self-concept, intrinsic value, and utility value were addressed based on the Expectancy-Value Theory model. A representative national sample from Taiwan of…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Student Motivation, Beliefs, Science Achievement
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Marengo, Davide; Jungert, Tomas; Iotti, Nathalie O.; Settanni, Michele; Thornberg, Robert; Longobardi, Claudio – Educational Psychology, 2018
This study investigated the links between students' behavioral problems, student--teacher conflict, and students' involvement in bully, victim, and bully/victim roles in adolescence. The role of student-teacher conflict as moderator of the association between students' behavioral problems and their involvement in each bullying role was examined.…
Descriptors: Conflict, Teacher Student Relationship, Emotional Disturbances, Behavior Disorders
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Kam, Chester Chun Seng; Hue, Ming Tak; Cheung, Hoi Yan – Educational Psychology, 2018
The theory of planned behaviour was used to examine academic dishonesty among secondary school students in Hong Kong. Participants were 386 students in Forms 1-3 (Grades 7-9). Attitudes toward cheating, perceived behavioural control, and moral obligation were positively related to the intention to cheat, but only the subjective norm against…
Descriptors: Cheating, Behavior Problems, Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students
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Jansen, Petra; Ellinger, Jan; Lehmann, Jennifer – Educational Psychology, 2018
The main goal of this study was to investigate the influence of an established school programme with a high amount of physical education on visual-spatial ability in a secondary school. One hundred and forty-four adolescents, 69 from sport classes and 75 from regular classes, solved a cognitive processing speed task and a mental rotation task. The…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Spatial Ability, Visual Perception, Task Analysis
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Diseth, Åge; Breidablik, Hans Johan; Meland, Eivind – Educational Psychology, 2018
The relation between autonomy support and basic need satisfaction was investigated by applying a longitudinal design at a time interval of two years, and by comparing two different grade level cohorts of students. Participants comprised 1.225 Norwegian students divided by two subsamples (6th and 8th grade level/8th and 10th grade level). The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Secondary School Students, Cohort Analysis
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Sang, Biao; Pan, Tingting; Deng, Xinmei; Zhao, Xu – Educational Psychology, 2018
Numerous studies have suggested that academic stress has negative impact on adolescents' psychological function, few of those studies, however, considered whether and how the impact of stress on adolescents' emotional states is moderated by corresponding regulation. This study aimed to examine the fluctuation of emotional states before and after…
Descriptors: Sampling, Stress Variables, Self Control, Emotional Response
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Li, Haibin – Educational Psychology, 2017
Given Chinese students often perform well academically despite the challenges of their competitive academic environments, it is important to explore what enables the academic resilience of these students. Moreover, because the extant resilience literature is biased towards Western accounts of resilience, it is crucial that non-Western perspectives…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Competition, Student Records, Resilience (Psychology)
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Martin, Andrew J.; Yu, Kai; Ginns, Paul; Papworth, Brad – Educational Psychology, 2017
We investigated academic buoyancy (a response to challenge) and adaptability (a response to change) among a sample of 12-16-year-olds in China (N = 3617) compared with same-aged youth from North America (N = 989) and the United Kingdom (UK; N = 1182). We found that Chinese students reported higher mean levels of buoyancy and adaptability. We also…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Foreign Countries, Student Attitudes, Correlation
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