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Adolescent educational success and mental health vary across school engagement profiles
The present study used multidimensional and person-centered approaches to identify subgroups of adolescents characterized by unique patterns of behavioral, emotional, and cognitive engagement and examined whether adolescent developmental outcomes varied as a function of different combinations of engagement components. Data were collected on 1,025 youths (57% African American, 43% European American; 53% female, 47% male). Five profiles of student engagement in school were identified: Highlydoi:10.1037/a0030028 pmid:23066673 fatcat:wjm4uk5npvcg5ocq6q4iqpaa6a