Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education

Gorges J, Neumann P, Wild E, Stranghöner D, Lütje-Klose B (2017)
Learning and Individual Differences 61: 11-20.

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Gorges J, Neumann P, Wild E, Stranghöner D, Lütje-Klose B. Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education. Learning and Individual Differences. 2017;61:11-20.
Gorges, J., Neumann, P., Wild, E., Stranghöner, D., & Lütje-Klose, B. (2017). Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education. Learning and Individual Differences, 61, 11-20. doi:10.1016/j.lindif.2017.11.005
Gorges, J., Neumann, P., Wild, E., Stranghöner, D., and Lütje-Klose, B. (2017). Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education. Learning and Individual Differences 61, 11-20.
Gorges, J., et al., 2017. Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education. Learning and Individual Differences, 61, p 11-20.
J. Gorges, et al., “Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education”, Learning and Individual Differences, vol. 61, 2017, pp. 11-20.
Gorges, J., Neumann, P., Wild, E., Stranghöner, D., Lütje-Klose, B.: Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education. Learning and Individual Differences. 61, 11-20 (2017).
Gorges, Julia, Neumann, Phillip, Wild, Elke, Stranghöner, Daniela, and Lütje-Klose, Birgit. “Reciprocal effects between self-concept of ability and performance: A longitudinal study of children with learning disabilities in inclusive versus exclusive elementary education”. Learning and Individual Differences 61 (2017): 11-20.
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