This section covers the study of human development in psychology, with particular focus on developmental processes and mechanisms, and on the transformations and changes that occur at all stages of the life span. Studies of any aspect of psychological development are appropriate to this section, such as motor, perceptual, cognitive, socio-cognitive, emotional, behavioral, social, moral, and personality development. The section also welcomes manuscripts on atypical development and developmental psychopathology which contribute to the field. The section accepts papers on genetic, biological, interpersonal, educational, social, and cultural factors that affect human psychological development, and which are relevant to education or well-being, across a large number of contexts.
Self-regulated learning of Natural Sciences and Mathematics future teachers: Learning strategies, self-efficacy, and socio-demographic factors
Teacher education programs should have as one of their purposes the promotion of self-regulatory skills for learning among students who aspire to be teachers so that they can take a leading role in their learn...
Citation: Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica 2022 35:1