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Longitudinal Analysis of the Role of Perceived Self-Efficacy for Self-Regulated Learning in Academic Continuance and Achievement.
The present study examined the developmental course of perceived efficacy for self-regulated learning and its contribution to academic achievement and likelihood of remaining in school in a sample ofExpand
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Multi-faceted self-efficacy beliefs as predictors of life satisfaction in late adolescence
Abstract In a longitudinal design, 650 young adolescents’ multi-faceted self-efficacy beliefs (academic, social and self-regulatory), academic achievement and peer preference in middle school wereExpand
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Positive effects of promoting prosocial behavior in early adolescence
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a pilot school-based intervention called CEPIDEA, designed to promote prosocial behavior in early adolescence. The study took place in aExpand
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Looking for adolescents' well-being: self-efficacy beliefs as determinants of positive thinking and happiness.
AIMS The present study is part of a longitudinal project aimed at identifying the personal characteristics and the developmental pathways conducive to successful adaptation from childhood toExpand
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A revised version of Kremen and Block's Ego Resiliency Scale in an Italian sample.
The revision of the Ego Resiliency Scale (ER89) is described based on the self-reports of 754 Italian young adults. The dimensionality of the original instrument was explored through EFA and CFA;Expand
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Future orientation and attitudes mediate career adaptability and decidedness
Abstract Based on Life Design approach, the study aimed at examining the relationship between some constructs relevant for adolescents to handle the current labor market and their role in affectingExpand
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Young adults' Life Satisfaction: The Role of Self-Regulatory Efficacy Beliefs in Managing Affects and Relationships across Time and across Cultures
Two studies were conducted to examine the structural path of influence through which perceived self-efficacy to regulate positive and negative affect in concert with perceived self-efficacy to manageExpand
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Inequalities in job-related accessibility: Testing an evaluative approach and its policy relevance in Buenos Aires
Abstract Accessibility, as a requisite to guarantee the individual ability to participate in valued activities, has been receiving increasing yet scattered attention from diverse theoretical andExpand
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Being a successful adolescent at school and with peers. The discriminative power of a typological approach
This study aims to explore the utility of the resilient, overcontrolled, and undercontrolled personality prototypes in discriminating adolescents with respect to their academic and social functioningExpand
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