Doctoral StudentDepartment of Education and Special
About Yi Ding
I have been employed as a PhD student in Education at the Department of Education and Special Education since autumn 2019.
My research interests include educational measurement, large-scale assessments of educational systems and comparative education. My PhD project is about the measurement issues of mathematics self-efficacy and self-concept, and the relationships between these two constructs and mathematics achievement.
My supervisors are Assoc Prof. Dr. Alli Klapp and Prof. Dr. Kajsa Yang Hansen.
The Importance of Mathematics Self-concept and Self-efficacy on Mathematics Achievement: Comparison between the Public and Independent Schools in
The Paradoxical Relations between Students’ Self-concept, Self-efficacy and Achievement in
Testing measurement invariance of mathematics self-concept and self-efficacy in PISA using MGCFA and the alignment
Examining the Role of Students’ Mathematics Self-concept and Self-efficacy in Mathematics Achievement in Sweden over Time: A Multigroup Multilevel
Contextual effects on students’ achievement and academic self-concept in the Nordic and Chinese educational
Measurement Invariance in Comparing Mathematics Self-Efficacy and Self-Concept across 40 Countries and Economies in PISA 2003 and
Construct Validity and Measurement Invariance of Mathematics Self-Efficacy and Self-Concept in Swedish PISA 2003 and