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Parental educational aspirations and children’s academic self-concept : Disentangling state and trait components on their dynamic interplay

Parental educational aspirations and children’s academic self-concept : Disentangling state and trait components on their dynamic interplay

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BUCHMANN, Marlis, Jeanine GRÜTTER, Antonio ZUFFIANÒ, 2022. Parental educational aspirations and children’s academic self-concept : Disentangling state and trait components on their dynamic interplay. In: Child Development. Wiley-Blackwell. 93(1), pp. 7-24. ISSN 0009-3920. eISSN 1467-8624. Available under: doi: 10.1111/cdev.13645

@article{Buchmann2022-01Paren-55155, title={Parental educational aspirations and children’s academic self-concept : Disentangling state and trait components on their dynamic interplay}, year={2022}, doi={10.1111/cdev.13645}, number={1}, volume={93}, issn={0009-3920}, journal={Child Development}, pages={7--24}, author={Buchmann, Marlis and Grütter, Jeanine and Zuffianò, Antonio} }

Grütter, Jeanine 2022-01 The dynamic interplay of parental educational aspirations and children's academic self-concept was examined from late childhood through mid-adolescence within a transactional socialization framework. Parental and child data were gained from a representative Swiss sample within 3-year intervals (N<sub>T1</sub>  = 1118; 51% females; 28% migration background; M<sub>age T1</sub>  = 9.26, M<sub>age T2</sub>  = 12.14, M<sub>age T3</sub>  = 15.32). Results from a random intercept cross-lagged panel model revealed positive associations between the two constructs at the between- and within-person level. Findings showed general and time-specific associations between children and parents and reciprocal spill-over effects, whereby higher than usual aspirations predicted higher than usual academic self-concept over time and vice versa, highlighting transactional processes in the context of educational transitions. Buchmann, Marlis Zuffianò, Antonio Zuffianò, Antonio Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Buchmann, Marlis Grütter, Jeanine 2021-10-05T11:35:50Z eng Parental educational aspirations and children’s academic self-concept : Disentangling state and trait components on their dynamic interplay 2021-10-05T11:35:50Z

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