Adolescent Academic Achievement and School Engagement: An Examination of the Role of Student Peer Culture.Lynch, Alicia.
Abstract: A link between peer relationships and academic outcomes can be observed as early as elementary school (Buhs 2005; Kindermann, 2007). During adolescence, peers become a particularly salient context in the lives of students, rivaling the role of parents in their ability to influence youth outcomes (Brown & Larson, 2009). This manuscript expands on extant research, which identifies sign... read more
- Tufts University. Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development.
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