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Re‐examining the reciprocal effects model of self‐concept, self‐efficacy, and academic achievement in a comparison of the Cross‐Lagged Panel and Random‐Intercept Cross‐Lagged Panel frameworks

Burns, Richard; Crisp, Dimity; Burns, Robert B.


The cross‐lagged panel (regression) model (CLPM) is the usual framework of choice to test the longitudinal reciprocal effects between self‐concept and achievement. Criticisms of the CLPM are that causal paths are over‐estimated as they fail to discriminate between‐ and within‐person variation. The random‐intercept cross‐lagged panel model (RI‐CLPM) is one alternative that extends the CLPM by partialling out between‐person variance.

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Date published: 2019-01-17
Type: Journal article
Source: British Journal of Educational Psychology
DOI: 10.1111/bjep.12265


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