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  1. School socioeconomic status context and social adjustment in children.
  2. School belonging predicts whether an emerging adult will be not in education, employment, or training (NEET) after school.
  3. High school students’ tenacity and flexibility in goal pursuit linked to life satisfaction and achievement on competencies tests.
  4. Relative age effects on academic achievement in the first ten years of formal schooling: A nationally representative longitudinal prospective study.
  5. Ubiquitous emotional exhaustion in school principals: Stable trait, enduring autoregressive trend, or occasion-specific state?
  6. Academic self-concept formation and peer-group contagion: Development of the big-fish-little-pond effect in primary-school classrooms and peer groups.
  7. Burning passion, burning out: The passionate school principal, burnout, job satisfaction, and extending the dualistic model of passion.
  8. Paths to the light and dark sides of human nature: A meta-analytic review of the prosocial benefits of autonomy and the antisocial costs of control.
  9. Illusory gender-equality paradox, math self-concept, and frame-of-reference effects: New integrative explanations for multiple paradoxes.
  10. Patterns of life goals that are focused on helping others best support one's own well-being
  11. Development in relationship self-concept from high school to university predicts adjustment.
  12. Gender Gaps in STEM? STEM Self-beliefs and Interest Are Unlikely to Be Their Cause
  13. Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA), Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling (ESEM), and Set-ESEM: Optimal Balance Between Goodness of Fit and Parsimony
  14. A Systematic Evaluation and Comparison Between Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling and Bayesian Structural Equation Modeling
  15. Trends in Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Multidomain Well-Being: Decomposing Persistent, Maturation, and Period Effects in Emerging Adulthood
  16. The negative year in school effect: Extending scope and strengthening causal claims.
  17. Longitudinal associations between employees’ beliefs about the quality of the change management process, affective commitment to change and psychological empowerment