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Cyberbullying as a negative result of cyber-culture of Slovak children and adolescents: selected research findings

). Cyberbullying definition and measurement: some critical considerations. Zeitschrift fur Psychologie/Journal of Psychology. 217:230-232. MENESINI, E., NOCENTINI, A., & CALUSSI, P. (2011). The Measurement of Cyberbullying: Dimensional Structure and Relative Item Severity and Discrimination. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social networking. Volume 14, Number 5, 2011 MENESINI, E. et al. (2012). Cyberbullying Definition Among Adolescents: A Comparison Across Six European Countries. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social networking. Volume 00, Number

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The relationship between language learning motivation and foreign language achievement as mediated by perfectionism: the case of high school EFL learners

and negative perfectionism to academic achievement, achievement motivation, and well-being in tertiary students (Master’s thesis, University of Canterbury, New Zealand). Retrieved from Rice, K. G., & Slaney, R. B. (2002). Clusters of perfectionists: Two studies of emotional adjustment and academic achievement. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 35 (1). Schuler, P. (2000). Perfectionism and gifted adolescents. Journal of Advanced

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Text comprehension in Czech fourth-grade children with dyslexia

References Ardoin, S. P., Eckert, T. L., Christ, T. J., White, M. J., Morena, L. S., January, S. A., & Hine, J. F. (2013). Examining variance in reading comprehension among developing readers: Words in context (curriculum-based measurement in reading) versus words out of context (word lists). School Psychology Review, 42(3), 243-261. Bishop, D. M., McDonald, D., Bird, S., & Hayiou-Thomas, M. E. (2009). Children who read words accurately despite language impairment: Who are they and how do they do it? Child Development, 80

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