Subject: Psychology | adolescents | subjective well-being in school | Original Research | academic social comparison directions | mediation | achievement goal orientations
The purpose of this study was to examine the multiple mediational roles of academic social comparison directions (upward academic social comparison and downward academic social comparison) on the relationships between achievement goal orientations (i.e., mastery goals, ... View more
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