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1985
Hogrebe, mark C.,  Nist, Sherrie L.,  Newman, Isadore . Are there gender differences in reading achievement? An investigation using the High School and Beyond data. Journal of Educational Psychology. 77, (6), 716-724.
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1986
Lee, Valerie E.,  Bryk, Anthony S. Effects of single-sex secondary schools on student achievement and attitudes. Journal of Educational Psychology. 78, (5), 381-395.
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1996
Patriakakou, Evanthia N. Investigating the academic achievement of adolescents with learning disabilities: A structural modeling approach. Journal of Educational Psychology. 88, (3), 435-450.
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1986
Keith, Timothy Z.,  et al . Parental involvement, homework, and TV time: Direct and indirect effects on high school achievement. Journal of Educational Psychology. 78, (5), 373-380.
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1997
Osborne, Jason W. Race and academic disidentification. Journal of Educational Psychology. 89, (4), 728-735.
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1990
Lee, Valerie E.,  Marks, Helen M. Sustained effects of the single-sex secondary school experience on attitudes, behaviors, and values in college. Journal of Educational Psychology. 82, (3), 578-592.
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1982
Keith, Timothy Z. Time spent on homework and high school grades: A large-sample path analysis. Journal of Educational Psychology. 74, (2), 248-253.
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1994
Marsh, Herbert W. Using the National Longitudinal Study of 1988 to evaluate theoretical models of self-concept: The Self-Description Questionnaire. Journal of Educational Psychology. 86, (3), 439-456.
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