What Students Say to Themselves: Internal Dialogue and School Success
This book is about the inner voice of the self. It addresses the ways students, teachers, and others speak to themselves about who they are and how they fit in the world.
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Developing Concepts of the Self
How Internal Dialogue Develops
Promoting Positive and Realistic SelfTalk in Students
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