The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Academic achievement, Aggression, Clinical psychology and Social psychology. In his study, Student engagement is inextricably linked to Social relation, which falls within the broad field of Developmental psychology. His studies in Academic achievement integrate themes in fields like Longitudinal study, Temperament, At-risk students, Self-efficacy and Professional development.
His research integrates issues of Sociometry, Primary education and Competence in his study of Aggression. The various areas that Jan N. Hughes examines in his Clinical psychology study include Psychological intervention and Peer group. His work on Social support as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Quality, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Academic achievement, School psychology and Aggression are his primary areas of study. As a member of one scientific family, Jan N. Hughes mostly works in the field of Developmental psychology, focusing on Student engagement and, on occasion, Structural equation modeling. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychosocial and Ethnically diverse in addition to Social psychology.
His Academic achievement research also works with subjects such as
Jan N. Hughes spends much of his time researching Developmental psychology, Academic achievement, Social psychology, Grade retention and At-risk students. His work blends Developmental psychology and Educational attainment studies together. His Academic achievement research includes themes of Longitudinal study, Graduation, Prosocial behavior and Competence.
Jan N. Hughes combines subjects such as Mixture model, Student development, Aggression and Clinical psychology with his study of Prosocial behavior. In general Social psychology study, his work on Peer group and Television viewing often relates to the realm of Normative, Public opinion and Syntax, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His At-risk students research includes elements of Behavioral engagement, Affective behavior, Socioeconomic status and Intelligence quotient.
Jan N. Hughes focuses on Academic achievement, Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Mathematics education and Interpersonal relationship. His work deals with themes such as Longitudinal study, At-risk students and Self-efficacy, which intersect with Academic achievement. His At-risk students study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Behavioral engagement, Affective behavior, Intelligence quotient and Competence.
In the field of Developmental psychology, his study on Common-method variance overlaps with subjects such as Variance. Many of his research projects under Social psychology are closely connected to Normative and Public opinion with Normative and Public opinion, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Interpersonal relationship study incorporates themes from Peer group and Child development.
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Influence of Student–Teacher and Parent–Teacher Relationships on Lower Achieving Readers’ Engagement and Achievement in the Primary Grades
Jan N. Hughes;Oi-man Kwok.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2007)
Teacher–Student Support, Effortful Engagement, and Achievement: A 3-Year Longitudinal Study
Jan N. Hughes;Wen Luo;Oi-Man Kwok;Linda K. Loyd.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2008)
Further Support for the Developmental Significance of the Quality of the Teacher–Student Relationship
Jan N Hughes;Timothy A Cavell;Victor Willson.
Journal of School Psychology (2001)
Teacher–Student Relationships as Compensatory Resources for Aggressive Children
Barbara T. Meehan;Jan N. Hughes;Timothy A. Cavell.
Child Development (2003)
Influence of the teacher-student relationship on childhood conduct problems: a prospective study.
Jan N. Hughes;Timothy A. Cavell;Tammy Jackson.
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology (1999)
Relationship influences on teachers’ perceptions of academic competence in academically at-risk minority and majority first grade students
Jan N. Hughes;Katie A. Gleason;Duan Zhang.
Journal of School Psychology (2005)
Longitudinal Effects of Teacher and Student Perceptions of Teacher-Student Relationship Qualities on Academic Adjustment
Jan N. Hughes.
Elementary School Journal (2011)
Dynamics of Teacher-Student Relationships: Stability and Change across Elementary School and the Influence on Children's Academic Success.
Jantine L. Spilt;Jan N. Hughes;Jiun-Yu Wu;Oi Man Kwok.
Child Development (2012)
The role of relational aggression in identifying aggressive boys and girls.
Carlen Henington;Carlen Henington;Jan N Hughes;Jan N Hughes;Timothy A Cavell;Timothy A Cavell;Bruce Thompson;Bruce Thompson.
Journal of School Psychology (1998)
Classroom engagement mediates the effect of teacher-student support on elementary students' peer acceptance: A prospective analysis.
Jan N. Hughes;Oi-man Kwok.
Journal of School Psychology (2006)
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