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Adolescents’ Interpretations of the Role of Emotion in High School

by Christy Galletta Horner, Tanner LeBaron Wallace & Matthew J. Bundick - 2015

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 5, 2015, p. 1-34
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17916, Date Accessed: 8/11/2020 3:32:44 PM
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  • Christy Galletta Horner
    University of Pittsburgh
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    CHRISTY GALLETTA HORNER is a doctoral student at the University of Pittsburgh, where she studies applied developmental psychology and research methodology. Her research interests include social influences on emotional development with a focus on the role of emotional culture in the promotion of healthy academic and interpersonal functioning across settings. Her work on the measurement of emotion socialization in schools recently appeared in the Journal of School Health (2013), and she is currently developing a related dissertation study.
  • Tanner LeBaron Wallace
    University of Pittsburgh
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    TANNER LEBARON WALLACE is an assistant professor of applied developmental psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on adolescent interpretations of classroom experiences and the motivational consequences of instructional interactions. Her recent publications include “Fitting In in High School: How Adolescent Belonging Is Influenced by Locus of Control Beliefs” in the International Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2013) and “Subdimensions of Adolescent Sense of Belonging in High School” in Applied Developmental Science (2012).
  • Matthew Bundick
    Duquesne University
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    MATTHEW J. BUNDICK is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling, Psychology, and Special Education at Duquesne University. His current research interests involve the development of purpose and meaning in adolescence and emerging adulthood, the role of purpose in life in career decision-making, and the roles of counselors and other educators in secondary and higher education toward promoting the development of identity, prosocial orientation, and engagement. Dr. Bundick has published numerous research articles in peer-reviewed journals and is currently writing a book on the development of purpose in youth.
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