NASP Distinguished Lecture: Psychosocial Constructs and Adaptive Functioning—Examples From Culture and Time

This session is from the NASP 2022 Annual Convention

  • Skill Level: Introduction


Over the past three decades, psychosocial constructs such as cultural–ecological theory, stereotype threat, and theories of intelligence have been implicated in school functioning. This presentation will highlight research on hope, attitudes toward time, and ethnic–racial identities, and show how they are associated with academic and socioemotional functioning in adolescents. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.



Frank C. Worrell, PhD


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