Self-Esteem, Locus of Control, the Imposter Phenomenon, and Academic Achievement in High School Students

@article{Parker2005SelfEsteemLO,
  title={Self-Esteem, Locus of Control, the Imposter Phenomenon, and Academic Achievement in High School Students},
  author={R. Parker and L. Bresette and J. O'Neill and Mary Scapino and A. Walsh and Katelyn Walters and Edie B. Woods},
  journal={Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={115-120}
}
people think of themselves, particularly how much worth and value a person finds within, while Leary and Baumeister (2000) defined it as how people feel about themselves. Low self-esteem is correlated with many negative emotional responses, such as depression, anxiety, irritability, jealousy, and loneliness (Leary & Baumeister, 2000). High self-esteem is correlated with having well-defined educational aspirations and goals (Kishor, 1981) and with high achievement (Covington, 1984). Nevertheless… Expand

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