Katherine Muenks
Katherine Muenks
Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Texas at Austin
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STEM faculty who believe ability is fixed have larger racial achievement gaps and inspire less student motivation in their classes
EA Canning, K Muenks, DJ Green, MC Murphy
Science advances 5 (2), eaau4734, 2019
How true is grit? Assessing its relations to high school and college students’ personality characteristics, self-regulation, engagement, and achievement.
K Muenks, A Wigfield, JS Yang, CR O'Neal
Journal of Educational Psychology 109 (5), 599, 2017
I can do this! The development and calibration of children’s expectations for success and competence beliefs
K Muenks, A Wigfield, JS Eccles
Developmental Review 48, 24-39, 2018
Associations between grit, motivation, and achievement in high school students.
K Muenks, JS Yang, A Wigfield
Motivation Science 4 (2), 158, 2018
Does my professor think my ability can change? Students’ perceptions of their STEM professors’ mindset beliefs predict their psychological vulnerability, engagement, and …
K Muenks, EA Canning, J LaCosse, DJ Green, S Zirkel, JA Garcia, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (11), 2119, 2020
Peer and teacher supports in relation to motivation and effort: A multi-level study
KR Wentzel, K Muenks, D McNeish, S Russell
Contemporary Educational Psychology 49, 32-45, 2017
Peer influence on students' motivation, academic achievement, and social behavior
KR Wentzel, K Muenks
Handbook of social influences in school contexts, 13-30, 2016
Grit and conscientiousness: Another jangle fallacy
A Ponnock, K Muenks, M Morell, JS Yang, JR Gladstone, A Wigfield
Journal of Research in Personality 89, 104021, 2020
Emotional support, social goals, and classroom behavior: A multilevel, multisite study.
KR Wentzel, K Muenks, D McNeish, S Russell
Journal of Educational Psychology 110 (5), 611, 2018
Students’ thinking about effort and ability: The role of developmental, contextual, and individual difference factors
K Muenks, DB Miele
Review of Educational Research 87 (4), 707-735, 2017
Parental beliefs about the fixedness of ability
K Muenks, DB Miele, GB Ramani, LM Stapleton, ML Rowe
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 41, 78-89, 2015
Making the grade: Assessing the evidence for integrated student supports
KA Moore
Achievement motivation: What we know and where we are going
A Wigfield, K Muenks, JS Eccles
Annual Review of Developmental Psychology 3 (1), 87-111, 2021
“Just because I am first gen doesn't mean I’m not asking for help”: A thematic analysis of first-generation college students’ academic help-seeking behaviors.
T Payne, K Muenks, E Aguayo
Journal of diversity in higher Education, 2021
Parents’ beliefs about high school students’ spatial abilities: Gender differences and associations with parent encouragement to pursue a STEM career and students’ STEM career …
K Muenks, EG Peterson, AE Green, RA Kolvoord, DH Uttal
Sex Roles 82 (9), 570-583, 2020
Associations between parents and students’ motivational beliefs in mathematics and mathematical performance: The role of gender
JR Gladstone, I Häfner, L Turci, H Kneissler, K Muenks
Contemporary Educational Psychology 54, 221-234, 2018
Associations between grit, motivation, and achievement in high school students. Motivation Science, 4 (2), 158–176
K Muenks, JS Yang, A Wigfield
Students can (mostly) recognize effective learning, so why do they not do it?
SD Rea, L Wang, K Muenks, VX Yan
Journal of Intelligence 10 (4), 127, 2022
An exploratory study of the behaviors that communicate perceived instructor mindset beliefs in college STEM classrooms
KM Kroeper, K Muenks, EA Canning, MC Murphy
Teaching and Teacher Education 114, 103717, 2022
Children's achievement motivation in school
A Wigfield, K Muenks, EQ Rosenzweig
Routledge international handbook of social psychology of the classroom, 9-20, 2015
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