katja upadyaya
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School burnout and engagement in the context of demands–resources model
K Salmela‐Aro, K Upadyaya
British journal of educational psychology 84 (1), 137-151, 2014
Development of school engagement in association with academic success and well-being in varying social contexts
K Upadyaya, K Salmela-Aro
European psychologist, 2013
The dark side of internet use: Two longitudinal studies of excessive internet use, depressive symptoms, school burnout and engagement among Finnish early and late adolescents
K Salmela-Aro, K Upadyaya, K Hakkarainen, K Lonka, K Alho
Journal of youth and adolescence 46, 343-357, 2017
From job demands and resources to work engagement, burnout, life satisfaction, depressive symptoms, and occupational health
K Upadyaya, M Vartiainen, K Salmela-Aro
Burnout research 3 (4), 101-108, 2016
Role of demands-resources in work engagement and burnout in different career stages
K Salmela-Aro, K Upadyaya
Journal of Vocational Behavior 108, 190-200, 2018
Adolescents' longitudinal school engagement and burnout before and during COVID‐19—The role of socio‐emotional skills
K Salmela‐Aro, K Upadyaya, J Vinni‐Laakso, L Hietajärvi
Journal of research on adolescence 31 (3), 796-807, 2021
School engagement and school burnout profiles during high school–The role of socio-emotional skills
K Salmela-Aro, K Upadyaya
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 17 (6), 943-964, 2020
School burnout and psychosocial problems among adolescents: Grit as a resilience factor
X Tang, K Upadyaya, K Salmela-Aro
Journal of Adolescence 86, 77-89, 2021
Developmental trajectories of school burnout: Evidence from two longitudinal studies
K Salmela-Aro, K Upadyaya
Learning and Individual Differences 36, 60-68, 2014
Parents' causal attributions concerning their children's school achievement: A longitudinal study
K Rytkönen, K Aunola, JE Nurmi
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 494-522, 2005
Children's school performance and their parents' causal attributions to ability and effort: A longitudinal study
K Natale, K Aunola, JE Nurmi
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 30 (1), 14-22, 2009
Do teachers’ perceptions of children’s math and reading related ability and effort predict children’s self-concept of ability in math and reading?
K Upadyaya, J Eccles
Educational Psychology 35 (1), 110-127, 2015
How do teachers' beliefs predict children's interest in math from kindergarten to sixth grade?
K Upadyaya, JS Eccles
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-) 60 (4), 403-430, 2014
Study burnout and engagement during COVID-19 among university students: The role of demands, resources, and psychological needs
K Salmela-Aro, K Upadyaya, I Ronkainen, L Hietajärvi
Journal of Happiness Studies 23 (6), 2685-2702, 2022
Parents' causal attributions concerning their children's academic achievement
K Natale
Jyväskylä studies in education, psychology and social research, 2007
Student engagement in adolescence: A scoping review of longitudinal studies 2010–2020
K Salmela‐Aro, X Tang, J Symonds, K Upadyaya
Journal of Research on Adolescence 31 (2), 256-272, 2021
Co-development of educational aspirations and academic burnout from adolescence to adulthood in Finland
K Salmela-Aro, K Upadyaya
Research in Human Development 14 (2), 106-121, 2017
Suomalaisten rehtorien ja opettajien työhyvinvointiprofiilit koronakeväänä
K Salmela-Aro, K Upadyaya, L Hietajärvi
Psykologia 55 (6), 426-443, 2020
Development of early vocational behavior: Parallel associations between career engagement and satisfaction
K Upadyaya, K Salmela-Aro
Journal of Vocational Behavior 90, 66-74, 2015
Developmental dynamics between young adults’ life satisfaction and engagement with studies and work
K Upadyaya, K Salmela-Aro
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 8 (1), 20-34, 2017
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