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ASCSAmerican Sprint Car Series
ASCSAgricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
ASCSActive Suspension Control System
ASCSAll Saints Catholic School (Norwalk, CT, USA)
ASCSAtlantic Shores Christian School
ASCSAir Systems Cleaning Specialist (National Air Duct Cleaners Association)
ASCSAir Support Control Section (US DoD)
ASCSAmerican Society of Corporate Secretaries
ASCSAsean Society of Colorectal Surgeons
ASCSAdvice Service Capability Scotland
ASCSAsian Societies of Cosmetic Scientists
ASCSAero Space Computer Supplies, Inc.
ASCSAustralian Society for Classical Studies
ASCSAutomotive Simulation Center Stuttgart (Germany)
ASCSAft Shroud Cooling System
ASCSAssociation of Students of Commercial Studies
ASCSAnnual Survey of Communication Services (US Census)
ASCSAerospace Sector Certification Scheme (UK)
ASCSAustrian Society for Cybernetic Studies (est. 1969)
ASCSAct on the Supervision of the Credit System
ASCSAtmospheric and Surface Composition Spectrometer
ASCSAcoustic Sediment Classification System (US Navy)
ASCSAcademic Self-Concept Scale (psychology)
ASCSAgent Semantic Communications Service
ASCSAbu Dhabi Supplies and Commercial Services
ASCSAdjustable Speed Coupling System
ASCSAdvanced Stirling Conversion System
ASCSAnimal Surgical Clinic of Seattle
ASCSAllgemeiner Segler-Club Stuttgart
ASCSAmity School of Computer Science
ASCSAcademic Support and Career Services
ASCSAirport Surface Control System
ASCSAutomatic Stabilization Control System
ASCSSenior Chief Aviation Support Equipment Technician (Naval Rating)
ASCSArms Survival Camp in Summer
ASCSApplied Science Computer Science
ASCSAssociation Sportive et Culturelle de Saulxures
ASCSActive Surface Control System
ASCSAdaptive Sub-Carrier Selection
ASCSAssociation of Students for Chinese Studies
ASCSAdvanced Satellite Control Segment
ASCSAsia Star Computer Software
ASCSAutomated Seafloor Classification System
ASCSAscension Studios Content System
ASCSAircraft Systems Control System
ASCSAmerican Skin Care System (Catherine Hinds)
ASCSAmerican Sedan Category Specifications
ASCSAdoption Support Center of Saskatchewan
ASCSAdvanced Ship Control Station
ASCSArgonaut Safety Consultancy Services (UK)
ASCSAsociación Colombiana de Sociedades Científicas (Colombian Association of Scientific Societies)
ASCSAirborne Strategic Communication System
ASCSAdvanced Submarine Combat System
ASCSAlumni Society of Chancellor’s Scholars
ASCSAmass-X Scan Conversion Subsystem
ASCSAdaptive Signal Control System
ASCSAerospace Supply Chain Solutions (Clearwater, Fl)
ASCSAli Shah Consulting Services (multiple locations)
ASCSAgency Security Configurations Standards (NASA)
ASCSAutomated Stock Control System
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Academic self-concept was assessed using the Academic Self-Concept Scale (Bennett, 2009), adapted for both graduate and undergraduate students within the United States.
The Academic Self-Concept Scale (ASCS; Reynolds, Ramirez, Magrina, & Allen, 1980) was developed to assess how positively college students feel about their academic abilities.
CDSE-SF = Career Decision Self-Efficacy Scale-Short Form; MEIM = Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure; ASCS = Academic Self-Concept Scale. * p < .01, two-tailed.
Vallieres, 1992) and the Academic Self-Concept Scale (ASCS; Reynolds, 1988) were used.
Reliabilities (Cronbach's alpha) for all three waves of data were general academic self-concept scale a = .77/.76/.82; mathematics-related academic self-concept scale a = .87/.85/.87; and German-related academic self-concept scale a = .86/.88/.81.
Cronbach's alpha coefficients of internal consistency for the two TSCS:2 normative groups, age group 7 to 12 and age group 13 to 14, were .73 and .76, respectively, for the academic self-concept scale (Fitts & Warren, 1996).
This study investigated the gender, achievement, and age effects on academic self-concept of high school children and also to provide additional evidence concerning the reliability and validity of the indigenously developed Academic Self-Concept Scale (Ahmed, 1986).
The present study included the Academic Self-Concept Scale (Reynolds, 1988; Reynolds et al., 1980) and a family attributes questionnaire.
Correlations among the three academic self-concept scales and the professional knowledge for preservice biology teachers were adjusted for relevant covariates (1) (gender, teacher education program, and semester; see Table 3).
The questionnaire elicited the participants' demographic information and contained the Body Dissatisfaction and Drive for Thinness scales of the Eating Disorders Inventory-2 (EDI-2; Garner, 1991) and the Physical Self-Concept, Social Self-Concept, Competence, and Academic Self-Concept scales of the Multidimensional Self-Concept Scale (MSCS; Bracken, 1992).
2 Since distinct academic self-concept scales were used in the two studies, only sex differences were calculated for this domain.
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