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Comparisons and relationships of selected measures of self-concept in primary age children.

Jeanne Ellen Snodgrass

Comparisons and relationships of selected measures of self-concept in primary age children.

by Jeanne Ellen Snodgrass

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Published by Microform Publications, College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Oregon in Eugene .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ed.D.) University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1975.

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Pagination2 microfiche ((152 fr)) :
Number of Pages152
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Open LibraryOL13745518M

These results suggest that the SLSS is a reliable and valid self-report instrument appropriate for research with adolescents. Individual differences in LS were moderately associated with SES, and measures of family-related self-concept were greater predictors of LS than were peer and academic self-concept measures across the 3 age levels. These are the important questions explored by Iram Siraj and Aziza Mayo’s new book, Social Class and Educational Inequality The book is underpinned by a rich set of case studies bringing together the voices of the children and their parents and teachers with the quantitative data on their trajectories and findings from the broader Cited by:

Age and cultural differences in self-perceptions of mastery motivation and competence in American, Chinese, and Hungarian school-age children. Child Development Research, , Article ID , 1– doi: // An investigation of the relationships among children's self concept, achievement, intelligence, body size and the size of their figure drawing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. ABSTRACT: (None) KEYWORDS: Body size; Draw-a-person test Benzel, N. B. ().

Reading and math testing in inner London of Black, White children at end of primary school and 79 and from this sample at age 11 found girls, especially Black girls, progressed more in reading in primary school; and boys progressed more in math initially, girls . The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between preschool teacher cultural beliefs and classroom practices. Participants were 33 teachers in Head Start, for-profit, and faith-based center classrooms serving 4-year-old children as part of Florida’s Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) program.


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