Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students

Wegner C, Dück A, Borgmann A, Weber P (2014)
European Journal of Educational Studies 6(2): 73-81.

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European Journal of Educational Studies
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Wegner C, Dück A, Borgmann A, Weber P. Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students. European Journal of Educational Studies. 2014;6(2):73-81.
Wegner, C., Dück, A., Borgmann, A., & Weber, P. (2014). Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students. European Journal of Educational Studies, 6(2), 73-81.
Wegner, C., Dück, A., Borgmann, A., and Weber, P. (2014). Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students. European Journal of Educational Studies 6, 73-81.
Wegner, C., et al., 2014. Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students. European Journal of Educational Studies, 6(2), p 73-81.
C. Wegner, et al., “Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students”, European Journal of Educational Studies, vol. 6, 2014, pp. 73-81.
Wegner, C., Dück, A., Borgmann, A., Weber, P.: Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students. European Journal of Educational Studies. 6, 73-81 (2014).
Wegner, Claas, Dück, Andreas, Borgmann, Annika, and Weber, Phillip. “Interest, Motivation & Self-Concept : a Study on How Tutoring Programs Influence Talented Students”. European Journal of Educational Studies 6.2 (2014): 73-81.

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