Positive Affect and School Related Outcomes: Feeling Good Facilitates School Engagement Among Turkish-Bulgarian Minority Adolescents

@inproceedings{AydinliKarakulak2017PositiveAA,
  title={Positive Affect and School Related Outcomes: Feeling Good Facilitates School Engagement Among Turkish-Bulgarian Minority Adolescents},
  author={Arzu Aydinli-Karakulak and Ayben Baylar and Seray Çağla Keleş and Radosveta Dimitrova},
  year={2017}
}
Fredrickson’s (Rev Gen Psychol 2:300–319, 1998, Am Psychol 56:218–226, 2001) Broaden and Build Theory (BBT) proposes that experiencing positive affect results in broadened thoughts and behaviors, which facilitate adaptive responses to various environmental conditions. The present chapter tests the applicability of this theory for school engagement in an acculturation context and examines whether or to what extent positive affect also facilitates school engagement for 201 Turkish-Bulgarian… CONTINUE READING