Early Stage Researcher
My doctoral dissertation research aims to investigate comprehensive school students' perceptions of their own abilities to regulate and assess behaviors, emotions and thinking (i.e., sources of self-efficacy in self-regulation), but also perceptions of one's control, skills and self-knowledge (i.e., behavioral and emotional strengths). Moreover, I aim to investigate whether background of student (e.g., age, need for pedagogical support) influences on sources of self-efficacy in self-regulation, and behavioral and emotional strengths. From the methods perspective, I use both cross sectional and longitudinal data. Altogether, I strive to learn more about the content, interconnectedness of the main concepts in my research, and quantitative methods to gain novel understanding about what influences on students’ self-perceptions.
School of Educational Sciences and Psychology, Special Education
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Research groups and research projects
Motivation, Learning and Well-being