Parental mediatory role in the relationship between student ability and achievement

Norman Shane PHILLIPSON, Sivaneswary PHILLIPSON

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Abstract

The Vygotskyan perspective to school achievement suggests that parents play a role in mediating the relationship between students’ability and their achievement. Structural equation modeling path models involving data from one school showed that parental affective factors mediated the effects of students’IQ score in predicting achievement in English, Chinese and mathematics.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2009

Citation

Phillipson, S., & Phillipson, S. N. (2009, May). Parental mediatory role in the relationship between student ability and achievement. Poster session presented at the Association for Psychological Science 21st Annual Convention: Crossing Boundaries: Becoming a Cumulative Science, San Francisco, CA.

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