Worry, Optimism, and Expectations as Predictors of Anxiety and Performance in the First Year of Law School

Abstract

Research suggests that worry, optimism, and expectations have subsequent effects on performance, which may be mediated through self-efficacy expectations. The first year of law school provides a unique naturalistic setting in which to study this process. Participants were recruited at orientation and assessed at five points during their first year of law… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10608-006-9080-3

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