New Frontiers for Self Research

Edited by:
Herbert Marsh, University of Western Sydney
Rhonda G. Craven, University of Western Sydney
Dennis M. McInerney, The Education University of Hong Kong

A volume in the series: International Advances in Self Research. Editor(s): Rhonda G. Craven, University of Western Sydney. Herbert Marsh, University of Western Sydney. Dennis M. McInerney, The Education University of Hong Kong.

Published 2006

CONTENTS
Preface. About The Monograph Series. Part I: Overview. The New Frontier For Self Research, Herbert W. Marsh, Rhonda G. Craven, and Dennis M. Mcinerney. Part II: Theoretical Issues. The Ontogeny Of Ability Self Concepts And Subjective Task Values. Jacquelynne S. Eccles. On The Relationships Between Explicit and Implicit Global Self-esteem and Personality, Jerry Suls and Zlatan Krizan. Self-efficacy and Self-concept Beliefs: Jointly Contributing To The Quality Of Human Life, Frank Pajares and Dale H. Schunk. Do Self-beliefs Matter? Evidence From A Metaanalysis, Jeffrey C. Valentine and David L. Dubois. Self Theories In A Non-western Milieu: Ten Years of Research In The Arab Culture, Maher M. Abu Hilal. What Comes First?: A Reciprocal Effects Model of The Mutually Reinforcing Effects Of Academic Selfconcept And Achievement, Herbert W. Marsh, and Rhonda G. Craven. Part III: Measurement Issues. Experiences With And Reflections On The Self-concept Construct Within An Historical Framework, William B. Michael and Joan J. Michael. Multiple Frames Of Reference: The Relation Among Academic Self-concept, Interest And Academic Choices, Olaf Köller, Jürgen Baumert and Ulrich Trautwein. Reconsidering The Measurement Of Student Selfconcept: Use And Misuse, Alexander Seeshing Yeung. Self-esteem Success/pretensions: Assessing pretensions/importance In Selfesteem, John Hattie and Richard Fletcher. Part IV: Applied Studies: Focus On Schooling. Self-concepts Of Indigenous And Non-indigenous Australian Students, Nola Purdie. Edifying Pathways To Walk The Dream: An Empirical Analysis Of Indigenous Australian Students’ Aspirations, Self-concepts, And Realities, Rhonda G. Craven and Herbert W. Marsh. Achievement-related Self-perceptions And The Reading Recovery Programme: A Longitudinal Study, James W. Chapman and William E. Tunmer. Factorial Structure And Comparison Between Obese And Non-obese Chinese Children’s Physical Self-concept, K. T. Hau, R. Y. T. Sung, C. W. Yu, and P. W. C. Lau. Fear Of Failure In Students’ Academic Lives: Exploring The Roles Of Self-handicapping And Defensive Pessimism, Andrew J. Martin. About The Editors. About The Contributors. Index.