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Traditional Bullying and Cyberbullying Identification of Risk Groups for Adjustment Problems
We investigated the co-occurrence of traditional bullying, cyberbullying, traditional victimization, and cybervictimization, and analyzed whether students belonging to particular groups of bulliesExpand
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Depressive symptoms in native and immigrant adolescents: the role of critical life events and daily hassles
Abstract The present study compared native Austrian, first and second generation immigrant adolescents regarding their level of depressive symptoms, critical live events, and daily hassles.Expand
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Lifelong learning as a goal – Do autonomy and self-regulation in school result in well prepared pupils?
Fostering lifelong learning (LLL) is a topic of high relevance for current educational policy. School lays the cornerstone for the key components of LLL, specifically persistent motivation to learnExpand
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When Will They Blow My Cover?: The Impostor Phenomenon Among Austrian Doctoral Students
This study contributes to explaining psychological barriers in female university careers by examining the relation between the impostor phenomenon and research self-efficacy in the universityExpand
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Cyber-Victimisation: The Association Between Help-Seeking Behaviours and Self-Reported Emotional Symptoms in Australia and Austria
Abstract Many young people who are bullied do not tell anyone. School staff therefore are often unaware of which students are being victimised and when to provide support or assistance. A criticalExpand
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Diagnostic competence of teachers: A process model that accounts for diagnosing learning behavior tested by means of a case scenario
Abstract Diagnosing learning behavior is one of teachers' most central tasks. So far, accuracy in teachers' judgments on students' achievement has been investigated. In this study, a new perspectiveExpand
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Mathematically gifted students and high achievement: the role of motivation and classroom structure
One of the most intriguing questions for those who study intellectually gifted students is why some of them reach peak performances at school and others don’t. Moderator theories of giftedness assumeExpand
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Guest Editorial: Bildung-Psychology: The Substance and Structure of an Emerging Discipline
The term Bildung-Psychology is derived from the German language term Bildung, which has no precise equivalent in English. The term encompasses the broad area of education and learning, and it hasExpand
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Definition and Measurement of Cyberbullying
The main goal of the present study was to improve the conceptual understanding of cyberbullying by empirically comparing the number of identified bullies and cyberbullies based on two measurementExpand
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Evaluation of competence-based teaching in higher education: From theory to practice.
Competence-based teaching in higher education institutions and its evaluation have become a prevalent topic especially in the European Union. However, evaluation instruments are often limited, forExpand
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