Self-Regulated Learning and Academic Achievement: Theoretical Perspectives

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Author Index

A
Abrahams, S., 100
Abramson, L. V., 266
Ach, N., 194
Ackerman, A., 46
Ackerman, P. L., 107, 172, 175, 185
Allen, E. M., 55
Alpert, G. P., 82
Altman, J., 47
Amaya-Williams, M., 27, 299
Ames, C., 100, 198, 243, 264, 269-270
Ames, R., 198
Anderson, J. R., 155-157, 159, 174, 255, 257-258
Anderson, S. M., 90
Andreassen, C., 201
APA Task Force on Psychology in Education, 112
APA Work Group of the Board of Educational Affairs, 112
Areglado, R. J., 106
Asher, S. R., 243

B
Baer, D. M., 10, 45, 47-48, 54, 57
Baird, J. R., 91
Baltes, P. B., 268
Bandura, A., 7, 19-20, 52, 90-91, 125-126, 128-130, 132-135, 144, 179-180, 196, 198, 209, 213, 234-235,245,267,276, 295-296, 304
Barbaranelli, C., 91
Barber, B., 76
Barber, J. G., 266
Baron, A., 19
Baron, K. E., 270
Baron, J., 180-181
Bartlett, F. C., 29, 300
Bass, B. A., 54-55
Batstone, P., 56
Baumrind, D., 245
Beckmann, J., 194
Belansky, E., 76
Belfiore, P. J., 11, 43, 46, 49-51, 55, 131
Bembenutty, H., 206, 290
Benenson, J., 30
Bereiter, C., 208, 220, 269, 273
Berk, L. E., 298
Berliner, D. C., 220, 238, 244
Berlyne, D., 30
Bershon, B., 240, 247
Beukhof, G., 204, 289
Biddle, B., 238
Biemiller, A., 170, 298
Bijou, S. W., 10
Bjorklund, D. F., 273
Black, J. L., 46
Blakely, E., 39
Blom, D. E., 32
Bloom, B. S., 3
Blumenfeld, P. C., 13, 205, 263, 266, 271
Blyth, D. A., 30
Boehme, R., 39
Boekaerts, M., 96, 204, 277, 279, 304
Boggiano, A. K., 145
Bondy, E., 269
Bong, M., 296
Bonner, S., 140, 142
Boo, J., 97
Borkowski, J. G., 178, 289
Bossert, S. T., 271
Bowers, D. S., 54
Bowers, J., 255, 257
Boyd, C. M., 44
Boykin, A. R., 47
Boyle, R. A., 160, 178-179
Bozhovich, L. I., 233
Bracht, G. H., 3
Braden, J., 238

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