Reading enjoyment amongst non-leisure readers can affect achievement in secondary school

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Mol, S.E.; Jolles, J.;

This study aimed to evaluate determinants of differences in leisure reading behavior and school achievement. We specifically examined reading enjoyment, mental imagery, and sex as predictors in a large, age-homogeneous sample of Dutch secondary school students (N = 1,07... View more
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