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International Journal of Educational Research

Volume 31, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Investigating the relationship between students’ attentive– inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy progress : Chapter 1 Introduction: Effects and context

    Kenneth J. Rowe & Katherine S. Rowe

    The co-occurrence of inattentiveness and poor literacy achievement is problematic for a significant number of children and adolescents. Such problems are resistant to intervention and constitute... More

    pp. 1-16

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  2. Investigating the relationship between students’ attentive– inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy progress : Chapter 2 Purpose, data and analytic methods for the investigation

    Kenneth J. Rowe & Katherine S. Rowe

    The major purpose of the investigation is to address the conceptual and methodological difficulties outlined in Chapter 1. For cross-validation purposes, the data from two longitudinal studies are ... More

    pp. 17-30

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  3. Investigating the relationship between students’ attentive– inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy progress : Chapter 3 Model specifications, results and comments: Fitting conditional models

    Kenneth J. Rowe & Katherine S. Rowe

    The fitting of simple, three-level, variance-components models to estimate the proportion of variance in each of the continuous variables due to the inherent multilevel structure of the data (i.e.,... More

    pp. 31-48

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  4. Investigating the relationship between students’ attentive– inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy progress : Chapter 4 Model specifications, results and comments: fitting multi–level, non-recursive structural equation models

    Kenneth J. Rowe & Katherine S. Rowe

    The models fitted in this chapter are consistent with the major proposition of the investigation. The overlap between students’ inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy achievement... More

    pp. 49-64

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  5. Investigating the relationship between students’ attentive– inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy progress : Chapter 5 Implications of the findings

    Kenneth J. Rowe & Katherine S. Rowe

    The findings are discussed in terms of their methodological and substantive implications. This includes evaluations of the methods used to: (1) assess students’ attentive–inattentive behaviors in... More

    pp. 65-80

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  6. Investigating the relationship between students’ attentive– inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy progress : Chapter 6 Epistemological and methodological issues: A synthesis

    Kenneth J. Rowe & Katherine S. Rowe

    An overview of the investigation is provided within the framework of a discussion of epistemological and methodological issues related to the status of claims to knowledge in the field. Future... More

    pp. 81-117

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  7. Investigating the relationship between students’ attentive– inattentive behaviors in the classroom and their literacy progress : Appendices

    Kenneth J. Rowe & Katherine S. Rowe

    pp. 119-137

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