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Markus Kohlmeier – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2024
In this study I examine the academic self-concept (ASC) of students who changed from vocational to academic tracking at the transition to upper secondary education in Germany. I ask (1) how their ASC differs to the ASC of their established peers in academic tracking, and (2) how their ASC is affected by the change in the learning environment.…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Foreign Countries, Vocational Education, Academic Education
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Farida Agus Setiawati; Tria Widyastuti; Kartika Nur Fathiyah; Tiara Shafa Nabila – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2024
Data obtained through questionnaires sometimes respond to the items presented by social norms, so sometimes they do not suit themselves. High social desirability (SD) in non-cognitive measurements will cause item bias. Several ways are used to reduce item bias, including freeing respondents from not writing their names or being anonymous,…
Descriptors: Social Desirability, Test Bias, Self Concept, Undergraduate Students
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Mitsuyo Kondo; Hideo Kato – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2024
This study aimed to explore how the peer support programme gave influences on technical high school pupils in Japan. The study invited a total 76 pupils (37 in an intervention group and 39 in a control group) to be involved into the peer support programme and assessments. The participants were annually assessed three times by adopting four scales,…
Descriptors: Peer Relationship, Self Esteem, Adjustment (to Environment), High School Students
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Selma Boz – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2024
This study investigates school-age children's arithmetic operations performance while solving larger-size problems which produces interferences in memory. Complex problems can trigger competing responses in working memory, which are irrelevant to a task goal and increase the likelihood of interference from previously learned problems (De Visscher…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Mathematics Instruction, Elementary School Students, Reaction Time
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Abdallah A. Alnajjar; Füsun Gülderen Alacapinar – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2024
The current study investigates the academic adaptation levels of international students and their motivations for pursuing higher education in Turkey. The study also aimed to compare the adaptation of international students in higher education in terms of various variables such as gender, age, duration in Turkey, education level, and university. A…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Student Attitudes, Academic Aspiration, Higher Education
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Dimitra Hartas – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2024
This study used the COVID Social Mobility and Opportunities (COSMO) Study to examine home learning and parent attitudes to education during COVID-19 in relation to demographic and household financial circumstances and parent educational aspirations. The findings showed that White, female, and degree-educated parents were more likely than their…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Parent Participation, Gender Differences
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Gamon Savatsomboon; Prasert Ruannakarn; Phamornpun Yurayat; Ong-art Chanprasitchai; Jibon Kumar Sharma Leihaothabam – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2024
Using R to conduct univariate meta-analyses is becoming common for publication. However, R can also conduct multivariate meta-analysis (MMA). However, newcomers to both R and MMA may find using R to conduct MMA daunting. Given that, R may not be easy for those unfamiliar with coding. Likewise, MMA is a topic of advanced statistics. Thus, it may be…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Multivariate Analysis, Evaluation Methods, Data Processing
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Vargas-Rubilar, Natalia Andrea; Oros, Laura Beatriz – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
The purpose of this study was to analyze the work situations that education professionals perceived as stressful during the first wave of COVID-19 infections, and their possible variation according to demographic characteristics and working conditions. Empirical, quantitative, ex-post-facto, cross-sectional study was carried out, in which…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Stress Variables, Labor Demands
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Holmdahl, Ale; Schad, Elinor; Nilsson, Gustav; Kaldo, Viktor – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
The PAX Good Behavior Game (PAX-GBG) is an evidence-based universal preventive intervention program for classroom use. Our aim was to explore teachers' perceptions of PAX-GBG and their work with it, and whether this changed during the implementation of the intervention. In addition, we explored teachers' perceptions, and changes in perceptions,…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Behavior Modification, Intervention, Teacher Attitudes
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Hamarta, Erdal; Aka, Muhammed; Akbulut, Ömer Faruk – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
Online trolling is online behavior in which the troll provokes, harms, and pretends to be someone else to achieve their goals. The purpose of trolls may be to harm the other person, but they can also be for entertainment purposes. Online trolling, for whatever purpose, can have significant psychological effects on individuals and people who are…
Descriptors: Personality Traits, Personality Problems, Internet, Computer Mediated Communication
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Ruini, Chiara; Vescovelli, Francesca; Facchini, Maria; Maset, Rossano – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
Various investigations have applied meditation protocols in the school context, with beneficial effects. Transcendental meditation, however, received little attention in primary school settings and few controlled studies are available. The present study is aimed: 1) to investigate the implementation of a school protocol (Quiet Time-QT) based on…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Well Being, Health Promotion, Metacognition
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Kondo, Mitsuyo; Kato, Hideo – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
This study explored the impact of the peer support programme on pupils at Japanese technical high school for over 6 years. A total of 268 pupils (an intervention group 112; a control group 114) were invited for the study and the pupils of the intervention group were given peer support training and they joined its supporting activities. All the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Peer Influence, High School Students, Intervention
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Kim, Maxim; Corpus, Jennifer Henderlong – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
Hispanic college students typically report a lower sense of belonging than their White peers, citing challenges related to first generation student status, low-income family backgrounds, and academic underpreparedness. The present study asked whether Hispanic students would have a lower sense of belonging than non-Hispanic White students and…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Hispanic American Students, College Freshmen, Student School Relationship
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Orines, Richardson D.; Dy, Maria Theresa Q.; Huen, Kyla H.; Maligaya, Kyla Nicole B.; Pangan, Josella May G.; Paulino, Nathalie D. C.; Racimo, Kurt Mosi Y. – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
The responsibilities of emerging adulthood and academic pressure are some stressful situations encountered among graduating students. Those graduating students used different coping that deals with stressful situations that may affect their quality of life. This study, a predictive correlational design, was conducted on 202 Filipino graduating…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Seniors, Graduation, Stress Variables
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Wolgast, Anett – European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research, 2023
Previous research focused on individuals' background, contexts and cognitive performance in education, work, and life. Given the increasing number of people living alone temporarily, the question arises whether the frequent use of skills, including social skills, relates to individuals' later positively self-evaluated skills and social lives.…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Interpersonal Competence, Foreign Countries, Predictor Variables
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