Allison M. Ryan mainly focuses on Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Academic achievement, Help-seeking and Social environment. Her Peer relations and Goal theory study, which is part of a larger body of work in Social psychology, is frequently linked to Thematic analysis, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social relation, Social influence and Social support.
Her biological study deals with issues like Self-efficacy, which deal with fields such as Personality. Allison M. Ryan merges many fields, such as Social environment and Student engagement, in her writings. Her Early adolescents study combines topics in areas such as Self-concept and Social adjustment.
Her main research concerns Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Academic achievement, Early adolescence and Self-efficacy. Her work on Early adolescents as part of general Developmental psychology research is frequently linked to Social status, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her work on Social relation as part of general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Social competence, Multilevel model and Social environment, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
In her research on the topic of Academic achievement, Socialization is strongly related with Peer group. Her research in Early adolescence intersects with topics in Emotional engagement and Adolescent development. Her studies in Self-efficacy integrate themes in fields like Orientation, Goal setting, Self-regulated learning and Affect.
Allison M. Ryan mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Early adolescence, Social status, Friendship and Early adolescents. In the field of Developmental psychology, her study on Prosocial behavior, Academic achievement and Peer influence overlaps with subjects such as Health psychology. Her Academic achievement study incorporates themes from Loneliness, Happiness and Contentment.
The concepts of her Early adolescents study are interwoven with issues in Self-concept, Age differences, Self-esteem and Adolescent development. She has included themes like Social influence and Sociometry in her Popularity study. The various areas that she examines in her Student engagement study include Social psychology and Socialization.
Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Academic achievement, Self-control, Loneliness and Popularity. Developmental psychology is frequently linked to Emotional engagement in her study. Allison M. Ryan interconnects Early adolescence and Student engagement in the investigation of issues within Emotional engagement.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Juvenile delinquency, Peer influence and Substance use. Allison M. Ryan undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Peer influence and Risk behavior through her research. Her Loneliness research includes elements of Friendship, Happiness and Contentment.
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The Classroom Social Environment and Changes in Adolescents’ Motivation and Engagement During Middle School
Allison M. Ryan;Helen Patrick.
American Educational Research Journal (2001)
Early Adolescents' Perceptions of the Classroom Social Environment, Motivational Beliefs, and Engagement.
Helen Patrick;Allison M. Ryan;Avi Kaplan.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2007)
The peer group as a context for the development of young adolescent motivation and achievement.
Allison M. Ryan.
Child Development (2001)
"Should I ask for help?" The role of motivation and attitudes in adolescents' help seeking in math class.
Allison M. Ryan;Paul R. Pintrich.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1997)
Why do some students avoid asking for help? An examination of the interplay among students' academic efficacy, teachers' social–emotional role, and the classroom goal structure.
Allison M. Ryan;Margaret H. Gheen;Carol Midgley.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1998)
Peer Groups as a Context for the Socialization of Adolescents' Motivation, Engagement, and Achievement in School
Allison M. Ryan.
Educational Psychologist (2000)
Avoiding Seeking Help in the Classroom: Who and Why?
Allison M. Ryan;Paul R. Pintrich;Carol Midgley.
Educational Psychology Review (2001)
Teachers' Communication of Goal Orientations in Four Fifth-Grade Classrooms
Helen Patrick;Lynley H. Anderman;Allison M. Ryan;Kimberley C. Edelin.
Elementary School Journal (2001)
Social Goals, Academic Goals, and Avoiding Seeking Help in the Classroom
Allison M. Ryan;Lynley Hicks;Carol Midgley.
Journal of Early Adolescence (1997)
Sex differences in math performance: The role of children's approach to schoolwork.
Gwen A. Kenney-Benson;Eva M. Pomerantz;Allison M. Ryan;Helen Patrick.
Developmental Psychology (2006)
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