School adjustment of children at risk through fourth grade

Reynolds, Arthur J.; Bezruczko, Nikolaus
October 1993
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly;Oct93, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p457
Academic Journal
Examines the social psychological predictors of early school adjustment in low-income children. Nature of school adjustment; Concern for children at risk of low academic achievement; Model of school adjustment; Characteristics of subjects; Early school adjustment as process; Mechanisms for enhancement of continuity in early schooling; Children's perceived competence.


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