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“…However, further validation is needed to investigate its applicability to preadolescents. Finally, it would be informative to evaluate the psychometric properties of the MHPS for students with a learning disability, because these students “range as high as 20% of the population” (National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities, 2011, p. 239), and because they tend to have more negative attitudes toward homework and encounter more challenges than their peers while doing homework (Bryan, Burstein, & Bryan, 2001; Carr, 2013).…”
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“…However, further validation is needed to investigate its applicability to preadolescents. Finally, it would be informative to evaluate the psychometric properties of the MHPS for students with a learning disability, because these students “range as high as 20% of the population” (National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities, 2011, p. 239), and because they tend to have more negative attitudes toward homework and encounter more challenges than their peers while doing homework (Bryan, Burstein, & Bryan, 2001; Carr, 2013).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning