Relative levels of hope and their relationship with academic and psychological indicators among adolescents.

@article{Gilman2006RelativeLO,
  title={Relative levels of hope and their relationship with academic and psychological indicators among adolescents.},
  author={R. Gilman and Jameika Dooley and Dan Florell},
  journal={Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={166-178}
}
Abstract The major goals of this study were to (a) investigate the relationships among adolescent students' levels of hope and various academic and psychological indicators of school adjustment, and (b) determine critical levels of hope associated with these indicators. Using the Children's Hope Scale (Snyder, Hoza et al., 1997), results from a hierarchical cluster analysis placed youth into a low, average, and high hope group. Youth in the high hope group differed from students with low hope… Expand
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