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International Advances in Self Research : Advances in Self-Concept Research - Herbert W. Marsh

International Advances in Self Research

Advances in Self-Concept Research

By: Herbert W. Marsh (Editor), Rhonda Craven (Editor), Dennis Michael McInerney (Editor)

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A study of advances in self research. It features essays on: cross-cultural validation and extension of theoretical self-concept models; the role of domain importance in understanding self-perceptions of musical ability; and self-concept enhancement for students with learning difficulties.

Preface
About the Monograph Series
International Advances in Self Research: Speaking to the Futurep. 3
Bringing Together Two Theoretical Models of Relations Between Academic Self-Concept and Achievementp. 17
Chinese Self-Description Questionnaire: Cross-cultural Validation and Extension of Theoretical Self-Concept Modelsp. 49
Self-Concept and Self-Efficacy Revisited: A Few Notable Differences and Important Similaritiesp. 67
Cracking the Self-Concept Enhancement Conundrum: A Call and Blueprint for the Next Generation of Self-concept Enhancement Researchp. 91
Getting Back on the Correct Pathway for Self-Concept Research in the New Millennium: Revisiting Misinterpretations of and Revitalizing the Contributions of James' Agenda for Research on the Selfp. 127
Measurement and Understanding Self-Perceptions of Musical Abilityp. 151
Testing the Generalizability of the Factor Structure Underlying the PSDQ with Spanish Adolescentsp. 181
Self-Concepts of Preadolescents with Mild Intellectual Disabilities: Issues of Measurement and Educational Placementp. 203
Self-Concept Enhancement for Students with Learning Difficulties with and without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorderp. 231
Maintaining Positive Self-Concept: Social Comparisons in Secondary School Students with Mild Learning Disabilities Attending Mainstream and Special Schoolsp. 261
Testing for Equivalent Self-Concept Measurement Across Culture: Issues, Caveats, and Applicationsp. 291
Motivational Goals, Self-Concept and Sense of Self - What Predicts Academic Achievement?: Similarities and Differences between Aboriginal and Anglo Australians in High School Settingsp. 315
Social Group Identity and its Effect of the Self-Esteem of Adolescents with Immigrant Backgroundp. 347
The Nature of Self-Conception: Findings of a Cross-Cultural Research Programp. 375
About the Editorsp. 399
About the Contributorsp. 401
Indexp. 411
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ISBN: 9781593110048
ISBN-10: 1593110049
Series: Advances in Self-Concept Research
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 436
Published: 5th September 2000
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.64