Journal article

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SELF-CONCEPT AND ACHIEVEMENT

IS SONG, J HATTIE

JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN PERSONALITY | ACADEMIC PRESS INC JNL-COMP SUBSCRIPTIONS | Published : 1985

Abstract

This study is based on a multifaceted and hierarchical model of self-concept and explores the relationships between the various facets of self-concept and academic achievement. The model of self-concept has general self-concept at the apex, then academic self-concept, presentation of self, and social self-concept. There are 7 third-order factors: achievement, ability, and classroom self-concepts (academic), physical self-concepts (social). Further, there are four specific-subject and peer and family self-concepts (social). Further, there are four specific-subject self-concepts. The argument proposed in this study is that the relations between achievement and the facets of academic self-conce..

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