2012
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2012.11.001
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Diana Raufelder, Danilo Jagenow, Frances Hoferichter

Abstract: An investigation of the development of adolescents' motivation and achievement in school demonstrates how psychology and neuroscience can profit from each other in an empirical and therefore epistemological way through method triangulation. Based on a method triangulative technique that directly links quantitative, experimental, and qualitative data (Treumann, 2005), an interdisciplinary longitudinal (two measure points) study was designed to bridge the gap between neuroscience and psychology in the field of…

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