Re�examining the reciprocal effects model of self�concept, self�efficacy, and academic achievement in a comparison of the Cross�Lagged Panel and Random�Intercept Cross�Lagged Panel frameworks

Citation

Burns, R, Crisp, D & Burns, R 2019, 'Re�examining the reciprocal effects model of self�concept, self�efficacy, and academic achievement in a comparison of the Cross�Lagged Panel and Random�Intercept Cross�Lagged Panel frameworks', British Journal of Educational Psychology, vol. 90, no. 1, pp. 77-91.

Year

2019

ANU Authors

Fields of Research

  • Developmental Psychology And Ageing
  • Educational Psychology

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