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Carol Dweck (American psychologist)
Dweck, C. S.
Dweck, Carol S.,
Covington, Martin V. (1938-)
Elliot, Andrew J.
Heckhausen, Jutta (1957-)
Jan Melvil Publishing (nakladatelství)
Langer, Ellen J. (1947-)
Life-span perspectives on motivation and control (07-1995 : Berlin)
加藤, 諦三 (1938-)
Analysis of Learned Helplessness: Continuous Changes in Performance, Strategy, and Achievement Cognitions Following Failure, An
analysis of learned helplessness: II. The processing of success., An
At the Intersection of Social and Cognitive Development: Internal Working Models of Attachment in Infancy
Caution--Praise Can Be Dangerous.
Changer d'état d'esprit une nouvelle psychologie de la réussite
Children's biased evaluations of lucky versus unlucky people and their social groups.
Children's interpretation of evaluative feedback: the effect of social cues on learned helplessness.
Children's thinking about traits: implications for judgments of the self and others.
Clarifying achievement goals and their impact
Determinants of Academic Achievement: The Interaction of Children's Achievement Orientations with Skill Area.
development of trait explanations and self-evaluations in the academic and social domains., The
Differential use of person information in decisions about guilt versus innocence: the role of implicit theories
Du er hvad du tænker
Evidence for infants' internal working models of attachment.
Finding "Meaning" in Psychology: A Lay Theories Approach to Self-Regulation, Social Perception, and Social Development
Goals: an approach to motivation and achievement.
Handbook of competence and motivation
Helplessness in early childhood: the role of contingent worth.
Hito o ugokasu tameno tettoribayakute kakujitsuna hōhō
Impact of Social Cues on Children's Behavior, The
Implicit theories and conceptions of morality
Implicit theories and evaluative processes in person cognition
Implicit theories, attributions, and coping: A meaning system approach
Implicit theories: individual differences in the likelihood and meaning of dispositional inference
Implicit Theories of Intelligence Predict Achievement Across an Adolescent Transition: A Longitudinal Study and an Intervention
Individual differences in achievement goals among young children.
Judgments of the Lucky Across Development and Culture
Lay dispositionism and implicit theories of personality.
LEARNED HELPLESSNESS AND REINFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITY IN CHILDREN
Learned helplessness in social situations.
Mindset, de weg naar een succesvol leven : ouderschap, bedrijfsleven, sport, school, relaties
Mindset the new psychology of success
Motivation and Competence as Determinants of Young Children's Reward Allocation
Motivation and self-regulation across the life span, 1998:
Motivational processes affecting learning
Nová psychologie úspěchu, aneb, Naučte se využít svůj potenciál
Nowa psychologia sukcesu
Person Theories and Attention Allocation: Preferences for Stereotypic versus Counterstereotypic Information
Personal politics: the psychology of making it
Psihologijska znanost i edukacija
"Meaningful" social inferences: Effects of implicit theories on inferential processes*
Reflections on Conceptual Tempo: Relationship Between Cognitive Style and Performance as a Function of Task Characteristics
Relations among children's social goals, implicit personality theories, and responses to social failure.
role of expectations and attributions in the alleviation of learned helplessness in a problem-solving situation, The
Role of Mental Representation in Social Development, The
Selbstbild wie unser Denken Erfolge oder Niederlagen bewirkt
Self-theories and goals: their role in motivation, personality, and development.
Sex Differences in Learned Helplessness: I. Differential Debilitation with Peer and Adult Evaluators
Sex Differences in Learned Helplessness: II. The Contingencies of Evaluative Feedback in the Classroom and III. An Experimental Analysis.
Sex Differences in Learned Helplessness: IV. An Experimental and Naturalistic Study of Failure Generalization and Its Mediators.
Social-Cognitive Approach to Motivation and Personality., A
Social Cognitive Development: A New Look
Static versus Dynamic Theories and the Perception of Groups: Different Routes to Different Destinations
Stereotype Formation and Endorsement: The Role of Implicit Theories
study of goals in psychology, The
Subtle Linguistic Cues Affect Children's Motivation
Trait- versus Process-Focused Social Judgment
Violations of implicit theories and the sense of prediction and control: Implications for motivated person perception
Voicing Conflict: Preferred Conflict Strategies among Incremental and Entity Theorists
Why do beliefs about intelligence influence learning success? A social cognitive neuroscience model.
Why we cooperate
Yareba dekiru no kenkyū : Nōryoku o kaikasaseru maindosetto no chikara
Young children's vulnerability to self-blame and helplessness: relationship to beliefs about goodness.
「やればできる!」の研究 : 能力を開花させるマインドセットの力
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JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Yale University, 1972