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Academic self-concept and discrete emotion relations : domain specificity and age effects

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GÖTZ, Thomas, Anne C. FRENZEL, Hanna CRONJÄGER, 2009. Academic self-concept and discrete emotion relations : domain specificity and age effects. American Educational Research Association (AERA). San Diego, CA, Apr 2009. In: American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. San Diego, Calif., April 2009 ; also presented at the second conference on Noncognitive Skills of the ZEW Leibniz Research Network, Konstanz, März 2009. American Educational Research Association (AERA). San Diego, CA, Apr 2009

@inproceedings{Gotz2009Acade-1692, title={Academic self-concept and discrete emotion relations : domain specificity and age effects}, year={2009}, booktitle={American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. San Diego, Calif., April 2009 ; also presented at the second conference on Noncognitive Skills of the ZEW Leibniz Research Network, Konstanz, März 2009}, author={Götz, Thomas and Frenzel, Anne C. and Cronjäger, Hanna} }

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