Academic achievement of children under government protection: Moderating role of temperament and social support

Erel Gözağaç, Sema
Güneş, Seren
Kazak Berument, Sibel
Memişoğlu Sanlı, Aybegüm


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The present study aimed to investigate whether children in care differ from home- reared children in academic achievement and peer relationships and to examine the factors underlying individual differences in these developmental outcomes. Perceived social support and negative affect were taken as moderators. The present study included 365 children; 142 of them were from residential care settings, and 223 of them were selected from the classrooms that these youngsters were attending. Child- Adolescent Social...
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The purpose of the present study was mainly fourfold; 1) to examine the undergraduate students̕ level of academic procrastination in relation to gender; 2) to investigate the undergraduate students̕ prevalence of procrastination in relation to gender in six areas of academic functioning namely; writing a term paper, studying for an exam, keeping up reading weekly assignments, performing academic administrative tasks, attendance tasks, and school activities in general; 3) to find out the relationship between...
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The study aims to explore possible sources of middle school students’ achievement motivation. Therefore, two main research questions were examined. In this regard, firstly, the relationship between student’s achievement motivation and students‘ past performance, perceived teacher support, and the number of peers they interact with was examined. Secondly, it was examined whether there is homophily among peer group members in terms of motivation. In order to measure student motivation, the Expectancy- Value S...
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S. Erel Gözağaç, S. Güneş, S. Kazak Berument, and A. Memişoğlu Sanlı, “Academic achievement of children under government protection: Moderating role of temperament and social support,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: