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On SAGE Insight: The relation between social identity and test anxiety in university students

From Health Psychology Open Students have relationships with several social communities, such as friends or university study groups. This membership can be supportive through personal security, intellectual stimulation, and collaborative learning. Social identification has been shown to be a protective … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Predictors of changes in students’ motivational resilience

Article title: Predictors of changes in students’ motivational resilience over the school year: The roles of teacher support, self-appraisals, and emotional reactivity From International Journal of Behavioral Development It seems that students should learn more when they engage actively in … Continue reading

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”My mother’s keeper”: the effects of parentification on black female college students

From Journal of Black Psychology The Black family—both nuclear and extended—has been responsible for the survival of Black people in America. Despite shifting dynamics due to the evolution of the family structure during the past 50 years, the family is … Continue reading

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