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Emotion regulation, homework completion, and math achievement: Testing models of reciprocal effects
Xu,Jianzhong1; Du,Jianxia2; Liu,Fangtong3; Huang,Bosu2
2019-10-01
Source PublicationContemporary Educational Psychology
ISSN0361-476X
Volume59
AbstractThe current investigation employs models of reciprocal effects among emotion management, cognitive reappraisal, homework completion, and achievement, based on two measurement points from 1450 Chinese 8th graders. Results revealed that emotion management and math achievement were reciprocally related. Furthermore, higher prior achievement led to higher subsequent cognitive reappraisal and homework completion. Additionally, significant interactions were found between emotion management and cognitive reappraisal in the prediction of subsequent emotion management, cognitive reappraisal, and homework completion. Specifically, these findings indicated that emotion management had a more positive influence on subsequent emotion management, cognitive reappraisal, and homework completion when prior cognitive reappraisal was low (compensatory effect by decreasing the gap between students with prior high and low cognitive reappraisal).
KeywordAchievement Cognitive reappraisal Emotion management Emotion regulation Homework completion
DOI10.1016/j.cedpsych.2019.101810
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Language英语
Scopus ID2-s2.0-85074339889
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorXu,Jianzhong
Affiliation1.Mississippi State University,United States
2.University of Macau,China
3.Shanxi University,China
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Xu,Jianzhong,Du,Jianxia,Liu,Fangtong,et al. Emotion regulation, homework completion, and math achievement: Testing models of reciprocal effects[J]. Contemporary Educational Psychology,2019,59.
APA Xu,Jianzhong,Du,Jianxia,Liu,Fangtong,&Huang,Bosu.(2019).Emotion regulation, homework completion, and math achievement: Testing models of reciprocal effects.Contemporary Educational Psychology,59.
MLA Xu,Jianzhong,et al."Emotion regulation, homework completion, and math achievement: Testing models of reciprocal effects".Contemporary Educational Psychology 59(2019).
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