Person: Maxine Schaefer

ORCID
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5455-2762
Google Scholar ID
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=RSakTMYAAAAJ&hl=en
Full Name
Maxine Schaefer
Publishing Names
Maxine Diemer
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Document: Graduate Research Day Poster (Psychology FSU) 2023 (Uploaded on )

This poster includes some findings on bilingual phonological awareness and bilingual rapid naming at first and third grade for two groups of emergent bilinguals.

This document includes the protocol followed to screen full-texts for the project: "The within- and cross-language correlation between phonological awareness and reading in African contexts: a meta-analysis".

This document includes the protocol followed to screen abstracts for the project: "The within- and cross-language correlation between phonological awareness and reading in African contexts: a meta-analysis".

In the present study, we conduct a meta-analysis of the PA-reading relationship for participants in African contexts.

Document: Research Instruments (Uploaded on )

The link takes you to the OSF project which contains all the researcher made research instruments for this study.

Dataset: Link to summary data (Uploaded on )

This OSF Project contains the summary statistics and correlations for the variables included in the study. The raw data is not shared. The link includes information from bilingual Xhosa-English and Zulu-English children from South Africa assessed in first grade, and twice in third grade.

Document: Preregister_CodingSheet_ReadingAnxietyMeta (Uploaded on )

We are conducting a meta-analysis on the association between reading anxiety and reading achievement. This document, specifically, is our preregistered coding sheets we plan to use for extraction of information from each study included in the meta-analysis.

Document: Preregistration_ReadingAnxietyMeta (Uploaded on )

In this preregisteration we outline our plan for conducting this meta-analysis on the association between reading anxiety and reading achievement. We provide a description of the study, including the study aims and research questions.

Project: Reading Anxiety and Reading Achievement: A Meta-Analysis (Uploaded on )

The goal of this study is to determine if there is a significant association between reading anxiety and reading achievement.

The study generated new data by assessing 140 South African primary school children three times from 2019 to 2021.