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Examining the characteristics of behavioural, cognitive and emotional aspects of self-regulation and their associations with academic achievement among Chinese preschool children

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Self-regulation is an important determinant of children’s concurrent and long-term developmental outcomes. In recent decades, research has consistently provided robust evidence regarding its associations with academic achievements. However, less or even no research has attempted to explore different aspects of self-regulation (including behavioural, cognitive and emotional) in a single study. The current study aimed to provide a comprehensive profile of a sample of Chinese children’s behav...

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SSD
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Education
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ORCID:
0000-0001-6752-881X
Type of award:
MSc taught course
Level of award:
Masters
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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