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Jacobs, J.E., Chhin, C.S., & Bleeker, M.M. (2006).
Enduring links: Parentsí expectations and their young adult childrenís
gender-typed occupational choices. Educational Research and Evaluation,
12(4), 395-407. .
Frome, P.M., Alfeld, C.J., Eccles, J.S., & Barber, B.L. (2006).
Why donít they want a male-dominated job? An investigation of young women who
changed their occupational aspirations. Educational Research and Evaluation,
12(4), 359-372. .
Linver, M.R., & Davis-Kean, P.E. (2005). The slippery slope:
What predicts math grades in middle and high school?. In J.E. Jacbos & S.D.
Simpkins (Eds.), Leaks in the pipeline to math, science, and technology
careers (Number 110, pp. 49-64). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. .
Eccles, J.S. & Davis-Kean, P.E. (2005). Influences of parents'
education on their children's educational attainments: The role of parent and
child perceptions. London Review of Education, 3(3), 191-204. .
Osgood, D.W., Ruth, G., Eccles, J.S., Jacobs, J.E., & Barber,
B.L. (2005). Six Paths to Adulthood. In R.A. Settersten Jr., F.F. Furstenberg
Jr., & R.G. Rumbaut (Eds.), On the frontier of adulthood (pp.320-355). Chicago:
University of Chicago Press. .
Barber, B.L., Stone, M.R., & Eccles, J.S. (2005). Adolescent
participation in organized activities. In K.A. Moore & L.H. Lippman (Eds.)
What do children need to flourish? Conceptualizing and measuring indicators
of postitive development (pp. 133-146). New York, NY: Springer. .
Eccles, J.S., Vida, M.N., & Barber, B. (2004). The relation
of early adolescents' college plans and both academic ability and task-value
beliefs to subsequent college enrollment. Journal of Early Adolescence, 24,
Durkin, K., & Barber, B. (2002). Not so doomed: Computer game
play and positive adolescent development. Applied Developmental Psychology,
23, 373-392. .
Raymore, L., Barber, B., & Eccles, J. (2001). Leaving home,
attending college, partnership and parenthood: The role of life transition
events in leisure pattern stability from adolescence to young adulthood.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 30, 197-223. .
Madon, S., Smith, A., Jussim, L., Russell, D.W., Eccles, J.S.,
Plumbo, P., et al. (2001). Am I as you see me or do you see me as I am?
Self-fulfilling prophecies and self-verification. Personality and Social
Psychology Bulleting, 27(9): 1214-1224. .
Fuligni, A.J., Barber, B.L., Eccles, J.S., & Clements, P. (2001).
Early adolescent peer orientation and adjustment during high school. Developmental
Psychology, 37(1), 28-36. .
Barber, B.L., Eccles, J.S., & Stone, M.R. (2001). Whatever happened
to the jock, the brain, and the princess? Young adult pathways linked to adolescent
activity involvement and social identity. Journal of Adolescent Research, 16(5),
Eccles, J. S., Wigfield, A., Schiefele,
U. (1997). Motivation to Succeed. In N. Eisenberg (Ed.),
Handbook of Child Psychiatry, (5th ed., Vol. volume#3,
pp. 1017-1095). New York.
Zweig, J., Barber, B., Eccles, J. (1997).
Sexual Coercion and Well-Being in Young Adulthood: Comparisons
by Gender and College Status. Journal of Interpersonal
Violence, 12(2), 291-308.
Eccles, J., Lord, S., Roeser, R., Barber,
B., Jozefowicz, D. (1997). The Association of School
Transitions in Early Adolescence with Developmental
Trajectories through High School. In J. Schulenberg,
J. l. Magggs, K. Hurrelmann (Eds.), Health Risks and
Developmental Transitions During Adolescence, (pp. 283-321).
New York: Cambridge University Press.
Updegraff, K., Eccles, J., Barber, B.,
O'Brien, K. (1996). Course enrollment as self-regulatory
behavior: Who takes optional high school math courses?
Learning and individual differences, 8(3), 239-259.
Eccles, J. S., Lord, S. E., Roeser, R.
W. (1996). Round holes, square pegs, rocky roads, and
sore feet: The impact of stage/environment fit on young
adolescents' experiences in schools and families. In
S. L. Toth D. Cicchetti (Eds.), Adolescence: Opportunities
and Challenges, (Vol. vol. 7, pp. 49-93). New York:
University of Rochester Press.
Clark, J., Barber, B. L. (1995). Adolescents
in Postdivorce and Always-Married Families: Self-Esteem
and Perceptions of Fathers' Interest. Journal of Marriage
and the Family, 608-614.
Eccles, J., Wigfield, A. (1995). In the
Mind of the Actor: The Structure of Adolescents' Achievement
Task Values and Expectancy-Related Beliefs. Personality
and Social Psychology Bulletin, 21(3), 215-225.
Jenkins, C. J., Barber, B. L., Eccles,
J. S. (1995). Advice About Life Plans and Personal Problems
in Late Adolescent Sibling Relationships. Under review
for the Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Jussim, L., Eccles, J. (1995). Are Teacher
Expectations Biased by Students' Gender, Social Class,
or Ethnicity? In Y.-T. Lee, L. Jussim, C. R. McCauley
(Eds.), Stereotype Accuracy: Toward Appreciating Group
Differences, . Washington, D.C.: American Psychological
Barber, B. (1995). Preventive intervention
with adolescents and divorced mothers: A conceptual
framework for program design and evaluation, Journal
of Applied Developmental Psychology, . In Press.
Fuligni, A. J., Eccles, Jacquelynne S.,
Barber, B. L. (1994). The Long-Term Effects of Seventh-Grade
Ability Grouping in Mathematics. Journal of Early Adolescence
Barber, B. (1994, September 13, 1994).
Speaker: Children of divorced parents can do well. Citizen's
Voice, pp. 8-9.
Barber, B. L., Lyons, J. M. (1994). Family
Processes and Adolescent Adjustment in Intact and Remarried
Families. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 23(4), 421-436.
Wigfield, A., Eccles, J. S. (1994). Children's
Competence Beliefs, Achievement Values, and General
Self-Esteem: Change Across Elementary and Middle School.
Journal of Early Adolescence, 14(2), 107-138.
Flanagan, C. A., Eccles, J. S. (1993).
Changes in Parents' Work Status and Adolescents' Adjustment
at School. Child Development, 64, 246-257.
Eccles, J. S., Jacobs, J. E., Harold,
R. D., Yoon, K. S., Arbreton, A., Freedman-Doan, C.
(1993). Parents and Gender-Role Socialization During
the Middle Childhood and Adolescent Years. In S. Oskamp
M. Costanzo (Eds.), Gender Issues in Contemporary Society,
(pp. 59-83). Newbury Park: Sage.
Eccles, J. S., Wigfield, A. (1993). In
the Mind of the Actor: The Structure of Adolescents'
Achievement Task Values and Expectancy-Related Beliefs.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1-28.
Eccles, J., Midgley, C., Buchanan, C.,
Wigfield, A., Reuman, D., MacIver, D. (1993). Development
During Adolescence: The Impact of Stage/Environment
Fit on Young Adolescents' Experiences in Schools and
Families. American Psychologist, 48(2), 90-101.
Jacobs, J., Eccles,
J. (1992). The Impact of Mothers' Gender-Role Stereotypic
Beliefs on Mothers' and Children's Ability Perceptions.
APA, 63(6), 932-944.
Jussim, L., Eccles, J. (1992). Teacher
Expectations II: Construction and Reflection of Student
Achievement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
Fuligni, A., Eccles, J. (1992). Perceived
Parent-Child Relationships and Early Adolescents' Orientation
Towards Peers, Developmental Psychology, (pp. 38).
Eccles, J., Buchanan, C., Flanagan, C.,
Fuligni, A., Midgley, C., Yee, D. (1991). Control Versus
Autonomy During Early Adolescence. Journal of Social
Issues, 47(4), 53-68.
Eccles, J., Lord, S., Midgley, C. (1991).
What Are We Doing to Early Adolescents? The Impacts
of Educational Contexts on Early Adolescents. American
Educational Journal, August, 521-542.
Eccles, J., Midgley, C., Wigfield, A.,
Reuman, D., MacIver, D., Feldlaufer, H. (1991). Are
Junior High Schools Undermining the Academic Motivation
of Early Adolescents?, Elementary School Journal, (pp.
Eccles, J., Harold, R. (1991). Gender
Differences in Sport Involvement: Applying the Eccles'
Expectancy-Value Model. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology,
Wigfield, A., Eccles, J., MacIver, D.,
Reuman, D., Midgley, C. (1991). Transitions During Early
Adolescence: Changes in Children's Domain-Specific Self-Perceptions
and General Self-Esteem Across the Transition to Junior
High School. Developmental Psychology, 27(4), 552-565.
Eccles, J., Jacobs, J., Harold, R. (1990).
Gender Role Stereotypes, Expectancy Effects, and Parents'
Socialization of Gender Differences. Journal of Social
Issues, 46(2), 183-201.
Flanagan, C. A. (1990). Change in Family
Work Status: Effects on Parent-Adolescent Decision Making.
Child Development, 61, 163-177.
Miller-Buchanan, C., Eccles, J., Flanagan,
C., Midgley, C., Feldlaufer, H., Harold, R. (1990).
Parents' and Teachers' Beliefs About Adolescents: Effects
of Sex and Experience. Journal of Youth and Adolescence,
Eccles, J., Midgley, C. (1990). Changes
in Academic Motivation and Self-Perception During Early
Adolescence. In R. Montemayor (Ed.), Early Adolescence
as a Time of Transition, (pp. 1-29). Beverly Hills,
CA: Sage Publishing Co.
Eccles, J. S., Wigfield, A., Flanagan,
C. A., Miller, C., Reuman, D. A., Yee, D. (1989). Self-Concepts,
Domain Values, and Self-Esteem: Relations and Changes
at Early Adolescence. Journal of Personality, 57(2),
Jussim, L. (1989). Teacher Expectations:
Self-fulfilling Prophecies, Perceptual Biases, and Accuracy.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 57(3),
Midgley, C., Feldlaufer, H., Eccles, J.
(1989). Change in Teacher Efficacy and Student Self-
and Task-Related Beliefs in Mathematics During the Transition
to Junior High School. APA, 81(2), 247-258.
Eccles, J., Midgley, C. (1989). Stage/Environment
Fit: Developmentally Appropriate Classrooms for Young
Adolescents. In R. E. Ames C. Ames (Eds.), Research
on Motivation and Education, (Vol. 3, pp. 139-186).
New York, NY: Academic Press.
Wigfield, A., Eccles, J. S. (1989). Test
Anxiety in Elementary and Secondary School Students.
Educational Psychologist, 24(2), 159-183.
Midgley, C., Feldlaufer, H., Eccles, J.
(1989). Student/Teacher Relations and Attitudes Toward
Mathematics Before and After the Transition to Junior
High School. Child Development, 60, 981-992.
MacIver, D. (1988). Classroom Environments
and the Stratification of Students' Ability Perceptions.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 1-40.
Feldlaufer, H., Midgley, C., Eccles, J.
(1988). Student, Teacher, and Observer Perceptions of
the Classroom Before and After the Transition to Junior
High School. Journal of Early Adolescence, 8(2), 133-156.
Eccles, J., Wigfield, A., Chambers, B.
(1988). The Factor Structure of Children's Achievement
Beliefs About Mathematics. , The University of Michigan.
Yee, D., Eccles, J. (1988). Parent Perceptions
and Attributions for Children's Math Achievement. Sex
Roles, 19(5, 6), 317-333.
Reuman, D. (1988). How Social Comparison
Mediates the Relation Between Ability Grouping Practices
and Students' Achievement Expectancies in Mathematics.
, The University of Michigan.
Midgley, C., Feldlaufer, H., Eccles, J.
(1988). The Transition to Junior High School: Beliefs
of Pre- and Post-transition Teachers. Journal of Youth
and Adolescence, 17(6), 543-562.
Midgley, C., Feldlaufer, H. (1987). Students'
and Teachers' Decision-Making Fit Before and After the
Transition to Junior High School. Journal of Early Adolescence,
The University of Michigan, D. o. R. D.
a. A. (1987, ). School Doesn't Fit, Why Adolescents
and Junior High Sometimes Seem At Odds. Research News,
MacIver, D. (1987). Classroom Factors
and Student Characteristics Predicting Students' Use
of Achievement Standards During Ability Self-Assessment.
Child Development, 58, 1258-1271.
Yee, D., Flanagan, C. (1985). Family Environments
and Self-Consciousness in Early Adolescence. Journal
of Early Adolescence, 3(1), 59-68.
Eccles, J., Midgley, C., Adler, T. (1984).
Grade-Related Changes In The School Environment: Effects
on Achievement Motivation. In J. Nicholls (Ed.), The
Development of Achievement Motivation, (Vol. 3, pp.
282-331). Greeenwich CT: JAI Press.
Yee, D. (1983). Parent Perceptions and
Expectations For Children's Math Achievement : University
Maggs, J. L., Frome, P. M., Eccles, J.
S., Barber, B. L. Psychological Resources, Adolescent
Risk Behaviour and Young Adult Adjustment: Is Risk Taking
More Dangerous For Some Than Others? Journal in Adolescence,
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