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Early gender differences in self-regulation and academic achievement

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An exploration of gender differences in children?s abilities to self-regulate their behavior and their discrepancies in academic achievement, and an inquiry into the correlation between direct measures versus teacher ratings of students' behavior, based on a sample of 268 kindergarteners from 87 classrooms in 12 schools in a public school district in southeast Michigan
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Michigan

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