A longitudinal study of school belonging and academic motivation across high school.

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This longitudinal study examined how school belonging changes over the years of high school, and how it is associated with academic achievement and motivation. Students from Latin American, Asian, and European backgrounds participated (N = 572; age span = 13.94-19.15 years). In ninth grade, girls' school belonging was higher than boys'. Over the course of… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.2012.01862.x

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@article{Neel2013ALS, title={A longitudinal study of school belonging and academic motivation across high school.}, author={Cari Gillen-O' Neel and Andrew J. Fuligni}, journal={Child development}, year={2013}, volume={84 2}, pages={678-92} }