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Kim, Young-Suk Grace; Wolters, Alissa; Mercado, Janet; Quinn, Jamie – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
We investigated the dimensionality and relations between L1 (a speaker's first language) and L2 (a speaker's second language) writing skills in narrative and informational genres and higher order cognitive skills--inference, perspective taking, and comprehension monitoring--for Spanish-English dual language learners in primary grades. Dimensions…
Descriptors: Transfer of Training, Second Language Learning, Native Language, Bilingualism
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Putwain, David W.; Wood, Peter; Pekrun, Reinhard – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Control-value theory proposes that achievement emotions impact achievement, and that achievement outcomes (i.e., success and failure) reciprocally influence the development of achievement emotions. Academic buoyancy is an adaptive response to minor academic adversity, and might, therefore, offer protection from achievement being undermined by…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Psychological Patterns, Emotional Response, Mathematics Tests
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Liceralde, Van Rynald T.; Loukina, Anastassia; Beigman Klebanov, Beata; Lockwood, John R. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Variability in oral reading fluency (ORF), an indicator of foundational reading skills, has been linked to characteristics of texts. Such "text-based variability" in ORF has been traditionally attributed to text complexity, but substantial text-based variability has still been observed after accounting for text complexity. We consider…
Descriptors: Oral Reading, Reading Fluency, Elementary School Students, Pronunciation
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Fleischmann, Moritz; Hübner, Nicolas; Marsh, Herbert W.; Guo, Jiesi; Trautwein, Ulrich; Nagengast, Benjamin – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Equally able students have lower academic self-concept in high achieving schools or classes, a phenomenon known as the big fish little pond effect (BFLPE). The class (more so than the school) has been shown to be the pivotal frame-of-reference for academic self-concept formation--a local dominance effect. However, many school systems worldwide…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Self Concept, Academic Ability, Secondary School Students
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Herman, Keith C.; Reinke, Wendy M.; Dong, Nianbo; Bradshaw, Catherine P. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
This cluster randomized controlled trial evaluated the efficacy of the CHAMPS classroom management program on the social behavioral and academic outcomes of a large diverse sample of middle school students within an urban context. Participants included 102 teachers and 1,450 students in sixth to eighth grade. Two-level hierarchical linear models…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Classroom Techniques, Student Behavior, Behavior Modification
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Kohl, Katharina; Bihler, Lilly-Marlen; Agache, Alexandru; Leyendecker, Birgit; Willard, Jessica A. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Children in early childhood education and care (ECEC) spend a considerable amount of time interacting with their peers. However, open questions remain on whether and how children influence their peers' language development. The present study examined effects of peers' German receptive vocabulary (n = 1,871) on individual children's (n = 431)…
Descriptors: Peer Influence, Vocabulary Development, Correlation, Preschool Children
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Becker, Michael; Kocaj, Aleksander; Jansen, Malte; Dumont, Hanna; Lüdtke, Oliver – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
In recent studies, the existence and relevance of achievement composition effects on students' individual achievement have been called into question because of the methodological challenges arising in multilevel analyses. Our study examined how class-average achievement is related to students' achievement development across one school year. We…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Academic Achievement, Peer Influence, High Achievement
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Koivuhovi, Satu; Marsh, Herbert W.; Dicke, Theresa; Sahdra, Baljinder; Guo, Jiesi; Parker, Philip D.; Vainikainen, Mari-Pauliina – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
How do peer groups influence academic self-concept formation? We evaluate developmental issues in the big-fish-little-pond effect (BFLPE; negative effects of class-average achievement on math self-concept [MSC]) and its generalizability to peer-group-average achievement (1,017 primary-school students tested in Years 4 and 6, 46 classes, 130 peer…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Peer Influence, Elementary School Students, Student Attitudes
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Lindner, Marlit A.; Schult, Johannes; Mayer, Richard E. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
This classroom experiment investigates the effects of adding representational pictures to multiple-choice and constructed-response test items to understand the role of the response format for the multimedia effect in testing. Participants were 575 fifth- and sixth-graders who answered 28 science test items--seven items in each of four experimental…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Grade 5, Grade 6, Multimedia Materials
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Dicke, Theresa; Parker, Philip D.; Guo, Jiesi; Basarkod, Geetanjali; Marsh, Herbert W.; Deady, Mark; Harvey, Samuel; Riley, Philip – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Principal strain and burnout is a major issue in desperate need of further investigation and solutions. Deepening our understanding of emotional exhaustion, the central dimension of burnout, would greatly further this pursuit. Using a large, longitudinal, representative sample of Australian school principals, the present study decomposed emotional…
Descriptors: Principals, Emotional Response, Burnout, Work Environment
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Kim, Young-Suk Grace; Graham, Steve – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Within the context of the Direct and Indirect Effects Model of Writing (Kim & Park, 2019), we examined a dynamic relations hypothesis, which contends that the relations of component skills, including reading comprehension, to written composition vary as a function of dimensions of written composition. Specifically, we investigated: (1) whether…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Thinking Skills, Reading Comprehension, Oral Language
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Mavilidi, Myrto F.; Marsh, Herbert W.; Xu, Kate M.; Parker, Philip D.; Jansen, Pauline W.; Paas, Fred – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
The effects of school starting age and relative age effects (RAEs) have generated much interest from parents, teachers, policymakers, and educational researchers. Our 10-year longitudinal study is based on a nationally representative (N = 4,983) prospective sample from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. The primary outcomes are results…
Descriptors: Age, Age Differences, Academic Achievement, Elementary School Students
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Borgonovi, Francesca – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Data from international large-scale assessments (ILSAs) of schooled populations indicate that boys have considerably poorer literacy skills than girls. New evidence from a household-based ILSA--Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC)--indicates that the gender gap in literacy is negligible, even though…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Adolescents, Secondary School Students, International Assessment
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Roeser, Robert W.; Mashburn, Andrew J.; Skinner, Ellen A.; Choles, Jaiya R.; Taylor, Cynthia; Rickert, Nicolette P.; Pinela, Cristi; Robbeloth, Jessica; Saxton, Emily; Weiss, Emily; Cullen, Margaret; Sorenson, Jillayne – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
Mindfulness training (MT) for teachers has become popular, yet gaps remain in our understanding of the time-course of the impacts of MT on teacher- and classroom-outcomes; the generalizability of MT impacts on elementary versus secondary teachers; and how characteristics of teachers and schools may moderate the impacts of MT. In this…
Descriptors: Stress Management, Middle School Teachers, Well Being, Teacher Student Relationship
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Vaughn, Sharon; Swanson, Elizabeth; Fall, Anna-Maria; Roberts, Greg; Capin, Philip; Stevens, Elizabeth A.; Stewart, Alicia A. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2022
This study reports the effects of a distributed professional development model emphasizing reading comprehension and vocabulary practices in social studies on the content knowledge, vocabulary, and reading comprehension outcomes of upper elementary students identified as English learners (ELs). Schools were randomly assigned to one of three…
Descriptors: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary Development, Social Studies, Elementary School Students
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