Doctoral StudentDepartment of Education and Special
About Thea Klapp
I am employed as a doctoral student in education, at the Department of Education and Special Education. I work within the research project Student self-concept and school achievement: bidirectional relations and effects of social comparisons and grading (SENSE).
I am interested in students’ self-perceived academic abilities, motivation and well-being. Within my doctoral project, I am mainly interested in how social comparisons with school peers affect students’ self-perception of their academic abilities.
Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effects on Language and Math Self-Concept: Moderating Effects of Cognitive
Examining Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effects on Self-Concept, Self-Efficacy and Academic Achievement: Moderating Effects of Students' Cognitive Ability
The impact of assessment system on students’ psychological, cognitive, and social