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Reading Attitude as a Mediator Between Contextual Factors and Reading Behavior


by Hyo Jin Lim, Mimi Bong & Yeonkyung Woo 2015


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 1, 2015, p. 1-36
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17715, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 7:16:07 AM
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  • Hyo Jin Lim
    Chonbuk National University
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    HYO JIN LIM is currently an assistant professor of Educational Psychology at Chonbuk National University, South Korea. She earned a Ph. D. with an emphasis on Educational Psychology and Technology at University of Southern California, USA. She also received a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Education at Seoul National University, South Korea. Her research focuses on cognitive and motivational development of adolescents; sociocultural influences on learning, cognition, and motivation in relation to reading and literacy among diverse students.
  • Mimi Bong
    Korea University
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    MIMI BONG is a Professor of Educational Psychology and the Associate Director of the Brain and Motivation Research Institute (bMRI) at Korea University. Her research focuses on the interaction between perceived competence, values, and goals; theoretical/empirical distinction between motivational constructs; cross-domain/cross-context generalizability of motivational processes; and the impact of learning environment and sociocultural factors on student motivation. She received the Richard E. Snow Award for Early Contributions in Educational Psychology from APA/Division 15. She is currently Associate Editor the American Educational Research Journals Teaching, Learning, and Human Development section and serving on the editorial boards of AERA Open, Journal of Educational Psychology, Educational Psychologist, and Contemporary Educational Psychology.
  • Yeonkyung Woo
    Korea University
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    YEON-KYOUNG WOO is a Research Professor of the Brain and Motivation Research Institute (bMRI) at Korea University. Her research interests focus on the interplay between student motivation and learning environments.
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