The Concept of Self in Education, Family, and Sports
Nova Publishers, 2006 - 231 من الصفحات
The issue of self-concept is central to the studies and practices of education and psychology. The varying degrees of self-esteem that exist between individuals can offer insight into the varying degrees of health and efficiency that exist for individuals in the worlds of education, family and sport. The research presented in this book are the latest explorations of how self-concept translates into and has an effect on these far reaching and unavoidable aspects of life.
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SELFCONCEPT AND SELFEFFICACY IN MATHEMATICS RELATION WITH MATHEMATICS MOTIVATION AND ACHIEVEMENT
THE SELF IN DISABILITY SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
COMPARISON OF CHANGES IN PHYSICAL FITNESS PHYSICAL SELFCONCEPT GLOBAL SELFESTEEM DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY FO...
THE DYNAMICS OF SELFESTEEM
INFLUENCES OF DISTAL AND PROXIMAL FAMILY ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES ON PREADOLESCENTS SELFCONCEPT
THE SELFCONCEPT BELIEFS SELFREFERENTIAL AND COMPARATIVE FRAMES OF REFERENCES
THE CONCEPT OF THE INDEPENDENT AND INTERDEPENDENT SELF AND SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY INTERDISCIPLINARY CROSSFER...
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELFCONCEPT SCALES AND SOCIAL DESIRABILITY
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