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Are homework purposes and student achievement reciprocally related? A longitudinal study
Meilu Sun1; Jianxia Du2; Jianzhong Xu3
2019-09
Source PublicationCurrent Psychology
ABS Journal Level1
ISSN1046-1310
Abstract

The current study examines reciprocal influences of homework purposes (approval-seeking, self-regulatory, and academic) and math achievement, using data from 1365 students in grade 8 at two measurement points. Results indicated there were positive reciprocal influences of (a) academic purpose and achievement, and (b) academic purpose and self-regulatory purpose. Results further revealed that prior achievement had a positive effect on later self-regulatory purpose. Meanwhile, prior approval-seeking purpose had a negative effect on later achievement. Taken together, the present study advance extant research, by differentiating three types of homework purposes using models of reciprocal influences, and by showing their respective relationships with math achievement over time.

KeywordAchievement Approval-seeking Homework Purpose Longitudinal Study Math Self-regulated Learning Self-regulation Task Value
DOI10.1007/s12144-019-00447-y
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Language英語English
Scopus ID2-s2.0-85073968880
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Education
Corresponding AuthorJianzhong Xu
Affiliation1.East China Normal University,Shanghai,China
2.University of Macau,Macau,China
3.Department of Counseling,Educational Psychology,and Foundations,Mississippi State University,Mississippi State,P.O. Box 9727,39762,United States
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Meilu Sun,Jianxia Du,Jianzhong Xu. Are homework purposes and student achievement reciprocally related? A longitudinal study[J]. Current Psychology,2019.
APA Meilu Sun,Jianxia Du,&Jianzhong Xu.(2019).Are homework purposes and student achievement reciprocally related? A longitudinal study.Current Psychology.
MLA Meilu Sun,et al."Are homework purposes and student achievement reciprocally related? A longitudinal study".Current Psychology (2019).
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