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COGNITIVE SELF-REGULATION IN YOUTH WITH AND WITHOUT LEARNING DISABILITIES: ACADEMIC SELF-EFFICACY, THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING VS. PERFORMANCE GOAL PREFERENCES, AND EFFORT ATTRIBUTIONS
This study examined whether youth with learning disabilities reported more maladaptive cognitive self-regulatory characteristics known to influence learning motivation and performance. Specifically,Expand
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Cognitive Self-Regulation and Depression: Examining Academic Self-Efficacy and Goal Characteristics in Youth of a Northern Plains Tribe
The relationship between cognitive self-regulatory processes and depression was examined in American Indian adolescents from a Northern Plains tribe. Students completed measures of negative lifeExpand
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Personality Disorders and the Trimensional Personality Questionnaire Factors in Major Depressive Disorder
We assessed the potential relationship between personality disorder (PD) clusters, as assessed by the SCID-II, and temperamental traits assessed by the Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire (TPQ)Expand
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Serum cholesterol in the continuation phase of pharmacotherapy with fluoxetine in remitted major depressive disorder.
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Affective style and depressive symptoms in youth of a North American Plains tribe: The moderating roles of cultural identity, grade level, and behavioral inhibition
Davidson’s (1998) theory predicts that low behavioral activation system (BAS) sensitivity is linked to depressive symptoms. Empirical findings, however, have been ambiguous, and few studies haveExpand
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