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Parental Beliefs and Children's School Performance.
Immigrant parents from Cambodia, Mexico, the Philippines, and Vietnam and native-born Anglo-American and Mexican-American parents responded to questions about child rearing, what teachers of firstExpand
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Effects of video game playing on measures of spatial performance: Gender effects in late adolescence.
Older adolescents played the video game Tetris for a total of 6 hr each in two separate experiments. None of the subjects had had any prior experience with Tetris, a video game requiring the rapidExpand
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Triarchic Model of Minority Children's School Achievement
Schools in the United States have attained greater and lesser degrees of success in providing educational experiences that facilitate the achievement of children of color. Although research from aExpand
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Parenting and Children’s School Achievement: A Multiethnic Perspective
The present study is an examination of the relations between parenting and the school performance of fourth- and fifth-grade children (mean age = 10 years, 2 months) in 75 Asian-American, 109 Latino,Expand
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Correlates of young children's interactions with classmates with disabilities
Abstract Although including children with developmental disabilities in preschool classes has become increasingly common, little is known about how experiences in an inclusive classroom affect youngExpand
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Ethnicity and Student Engagement
The underachievement of African American, Latino, and American Indian students in the United States has been partially attributed to poor engagement in school (e.g., Connell, Spencer & Aber, 1994;Expand
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Mexican American Children's Perceptions of Self and School Achievement
Several theorists (e.g., LaFromboise, Coleman, & Gerton, 1993; Ogbu, 1992) have suggested that ethnic minority children's beliefs about their ethnicity may affect their self-perceptions in otherExpand
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Responding to Cultural and Linguistic Differences in the Beliefs and Practices of Families with Young Children.
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