Jamie Amemiya
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Classroom climate and children’s academic and psychological wellbeing: A systematic review and meta-analysis
MT Wang, JL Degol, J Amemiya, A Parr, J Guo
Developmental Review 57, 100912, 2020
What matters for urban adolescents’ engagement and disengagement in school: A mixed-methods study
JA Fredricks, AK Parr, JL Amemiya, MT Wang, S Brauer
Journal of Adolescent Research 34 (5), 491-527, 2019
Minor infractions are not minor: School infractions for minor misconduct may increase adolescents' defiant behavior and contribute to racial disparities in school discipline.
J Amemiya, E Mortenson, MT Wang
American Psychologist, 2019
Why effort praise can backfire in adolescence
J Amemiya, MT Wang
Child Development Perspectives 12 (3), 199-203, 2018
Persistence mindset among adolescents: Who benefits from the message that academic struggles are normal and temporary?
K R Binning, MT Wang, J Amemiya
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 48, 269-286, 2019
Using expectancy-value theory to understand academic self-control
BM Galla, J Amemiya, MT Wang
Learning and Instruction 58, 22-33, 2018
Trust and discipline: Adolescents’ institutional and teacher trust predict classroom behavioral engagement following teacher discipline
J Amemiya, A Fine, MT Wang
Child development 91 (2), 661-678, 2020
Who wants to play? Sport motivation trajectories, sport participation, and the development of depressive symptoms
MT Wang, A Chow, J Amemiya
Journal of youth and adolescence 46, 1982-1998, 2017
Defining and achieving permanency among older youth in foster care
AM Salazar, KR Jones, J Amemiya, A Cherry, EC Brown, RF Catalano, ...
Children and youth services review 87, 9-16, 2018
African American adolescents' gender and perceived school climate moderate how academic coping relates to achievement
J Amemiya, MT Wang
Journal of school psychology 69, 127-142, 2018
Transactional relations between motivational beliefs and help seeking from teachers and peers across adolescence
J Amemiya, MT Wang
Journal of youth and adolescence 46, 1743-1757, 2017
Older siblings as academic socialization agents for younger siblings: Developmental pathways across adolescence
MT Wang, JL Degol, JL Amemiya
Journal of youth and adolescence 48, 1218-1233, 2019
Changing beliefs to be engaged in school: Using integrated mindset interventions to promote student engagement during school transitions
MT Wang, J Amemiya
Handbook of student engagement interventions, 169-182, 2019
Perceptions of police legitimacy and bias from ages 13 to 22 among Black, Latino, and White justice-involved males.
AD Fine, J Amemiya, P Frick, L Steinberg, E Cauffman
Law and human behavior 45 (3), 243, 2021
Adolescent offenders' qualitative reflections on desistance from crime
J Amemiya, J Kieta, KC Monahan
Journal of Research on Adolescence 27 (4), 765-781, 2017
Thinking structurally: A cognitive framework for understanding how people attribute inequality to structural causes
J Amemiya, E Mortenson, GD Heyman, CM Walker
Perspectives on Psychological Science 18 (2), 259-274, 2023
Children’s reputation management: Learning to identify what is socially valued and acting upon it
GD Heyman, AM Compton, J Amemiya, S Ahn, S Shao
Current directions in psychological science 30 (4), 315-320, 2021
Parsing apart the persisters: Etiological mechanisms and criminal offense patterns of moderate-and high-level persistent offenders
J Amemiya, S Vanderhei, KC Monahan
Development and psychopathology 29 (3), 819-835, 2017
Student learning emotions in middle school mathematics classrooms: investigating associations with dialogic instructional practices
A Parr, J Amemiya, MT Wang
Educational Psychology 39 (5), 636-658, 2019
Leaders and followers in juvenile offending: Distinguishing correlates and adjustment to incarceration
J Amemiya, KC Monahan, E Cauffman
Criminal Justice and Behavior 43 (7), 899-922, 2016
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