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Teacher Decision-Making about Student Mental Health: The Role of Race and Gender
Mental health issues are prevalent in childhood, but the majority of problems go untreated. Black children and girls are less likely than their White male peers to receive mental health treatment when needed. As a primary ...
Do the Messages Matter? An Investigation of Classroom Messages and College Students’ Personal Theories about Education
Students hold a number of personal theories about education that influence motivation and achievement in the classroom: theories about their own abilities, knowledge, and the learning process. Therefore, college instructors ...
Gender, Loneliness, and Friendship Satisfaction in Early Adulthood: The Role of Friendship Features and Friendship Expectations
Three studies focus on an intriguing paradox in the associations between gender, friendship quality, and loneliness, and examine whether gender differences in friendship expectations help explain why the paradox occurs. ...