The article “Cross-Lagged Associations between Study and Work Engagement Dimensions During Young Adulthood” published in The Journal of Positive Psychology has been included in an online article collection focusing on the psychology of work. The article will be freely available on the “Psychology of work” -website until the end of September 2015: http://bit.ly/psychology-of-work
The doctoral dissertation by Mette Ranta focused on young Finnish adults’ personal financial situation and individual agency across young adulthood and their concurrent and longitudinal effects on key developmental tasks related to career and social relations as well as life satisfaction development. The separate studies analyzed transitions of 18–25-year-olds in the context of the global economic downturn that has been taking place since 2008.
In a series of studies we have examined the interplay and developmental dynamics between student motivation, academic achievement, and well-being (Tuominen-Soini, Salmela-Aro, & Niemivirta, 2008, 2011, 2012). Read more about these findings from the latest PATHFINDER.
Finland is being praised as good example in education, again. Yes, there is a lot of things that we apparently do better than most countries, but can we really stand up to all the good things being said? Like: Finland has a culture of “win-win” practices. From top to bottom it is clear that everyone […]
The higher the level of school engagement, the lower the level of school burnout – this is the overall picture. However, a study published in the latest issue of Developmental Psychology demonstrates that Finnish high school students display divergent patterns of school engagement and burnout.