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1. Summary of Research

2. “Low Self Esteem is related to Aggression, Anti-Social Behavior
and Delinquency”

by Brent Donnellan1, Kali H. Trzesniewski2,3, Richard Robins4, Terrie Moffit2,3, and
Avshalom Caspi 2,3
1Michigan State University, 2Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, 3University of
Wisconsin-Madison, 4University of California,Davis,

3. “Low Self Esteem in Adolescents Predicts Poor Health & Criminal Behavior,
and limited economic prospects during adulthood”
by Kali H. Trzesniewski1,2, Brent Donnellan3, Terrie Moffitt1,2, Richard Robins4,
Richie Poulton5, Avshalom Caspi1,2
1Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, 2University of Wisconsin-Madison,
3 Michigan State University, 4University of California,Davis, 5Dunedin Multidisciplinary
Health and Development Research Unit, University of Otago, New Zealand

4. The Complex Nature of Bullying and Its Relationship to Self-Concept”
by Herbert Marsh, Roberto Parada, Rhonda Craven & Linda Finger,
SELF Research Centre, University of Western Sydney, Australia

5. Reciprocal Effects of Self-Concept and Performance from a Multidimensional
Perspective: Beyond Seductive Pleasure and Unidimensional Perspectives”
by Herbert Marsh and Rhonda Craven, SELF Research Centre,
University. of Western Sydney, Australia

6. “Self-Concept and Self Esteem in Everyday Life
by William B. Swann, Jr., Christine Chang-Schneider and Katie Larsen McClarty,
University of Texas at Austin

7. “Self Esteem Development Across the Life Span”
by Richard W. Robins1 and Kali H. Trzesniewski2
1Dept. of Psychology, University of California, Davis, 2Institute of Psychiatry,
King’s College, London

8. “Can Self Esteem Programs Reduce Problems and Improve School Climate?”
by Robert W. Reasoner, President, International Council for Self Esteem

9. “Do Our Self-Views Matter? Self-concept and Self Esteem in everyday life?”
by William Swann, Jr., Christine Chang-Schneider and Katie Larsen McClarty,
University of Texas

10.”Capitalizing on One’s Advantages: Role of Core Evaluations & Income”
by Timothy Judge & Charlice Hurst, Warrington College of Business, University
of Florida

11. New Solutions for Addressing Indigenous Mental Health: The New Positive
Psychology of Success”

by Rhonda Craven & Gawain Bodkin-Andrews, SELF Research Centre,
University of Western Sydney, Australia

12. “Reducing the Racial Achievement Gap: A Social-Psychological Intervention”
by Geoffrey Cohen et al, University of Colorado and Yale University

13. “Enhancing Academic Achievement by Systematically Promoting Self Esteem
by John Schindler, Cal State University at Los Angeles

14. How to Produce a High Achieving Child”
by Deanna Kuhn, Phi Delta Kappan magazine

15. “Extending Self Esteem Theory and Research”

by Timothy J. Owens, Sheldon Stryker & Norman Goodman