Jesus Alfonso D. Datu
Jesus Alfonso D. Datu
Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at The University of Hong Kong
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Perseverance counts but consistency does not! Validating the short grit scale in a collectivist setting
JAD Datu, JPM Valdez, RB King
Current Psychology 35, 121-130, 2016
Psychological capital bolsters motivation, engagement, and achievement: Cross-sectional and longitudinal studies
JAD Datu, RB King, JPM Valdez
The Journal of Positive Psychology 13 (3), 260-270, 2018
Development and validation of the Triarchic Model of Grit Scale (TMGS): Evidence from Filipino undergraduate students
JAD Datu, M Yuen, G Chen
Personality and Individual Differences 114, 198-205, 2017
Psychological capital predicts academic engagement and well-being in Filipino high school students
JAD Datu, JPM Valdez
The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher 25, 399-405, 2016
Subjective well-being is reciprocally associated with academic engagement: A two-wave longitudinal study
JAD Datu, RB King
Journal of school psychology 69, 100-110, 2018
Grit is associated with lower depression via meaning in life among Filipino high school students
JAD Datu, RB King, JPM Valdez, MSM Eala
Youth & Society 51 (6), 865-876, 2019
The triarchic model of grit is linked to academic success and well-being among Filipino high school students.
JAD Datu, M Yuen, G Chen
School Psychology Quarterly 33 (3), 428, 2018
Grit and determination: A review of literature with implications for theory and research
JAD Datu, M Yuen, G Chen
Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools 27 (2), 168-176, 2017
Forgiveness, gratitude and subjective well-being among Filipino adolescents
JAD Datu
International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling 36, 262-273, 2014
Gratitude and life satisfaction among Filipino adolescents: The mediating role of meaning in life
JAD Datu, NJ Mateo
International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling 37, 198-206, 2015
Beyond passion and perseverance: Review and future research initiatives on the science of grit
JAD Datu
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 545526, 2021
Sense of relatedness is linked to higher grit in a collectivist setting
JAD Datu
Personality and Individual Differences 105, 135-138, 2017
Flourishing is associated with higher academic achievement and engagement in Filipino undergraduate and high school students
JAD Datu
Journal of Happiness Studies 19 (1), 27-39, 2018
Can early childhood curriculum enhance social-emotional competence in low-income children? A meta-analysis of the educational effects
W Yang, JAD Datu, X Lin, MM Lau, H Li
Early Education and Development 30 (1), 36-59, 2019
Which emotional profiles exhibit the best learning outcomes? A person-centered analysis of students’ academic emotions
FA Ganotice Jr, JAD Datu, RB King
School Psychology International 37 (5), 498-518, 2016
The successful life of gritty students: Grit leads to optimal educational and well-being outcomes in a collectivist context
JAD Datu, JPM Valdez, RB King
The psychology of Asian learners: A festschrift in honor of David Watkins …, 2016
Exploring determination for long-term goals in a collectivist context: A qualitative study
JAD Datu, M Yuen, G Chen
Current Psychology 37, 263-271, 2018
The academic rewards of socially-oriented happiness: Interdependent happiness promotes academic engagement
JAD Datu, RB King, JPM Valdez
Journal of school psychology 61, 19-31, 2017
Academic buoyancy, academic motivation, and academic achievement among filipino high school students
JAD Datu, W Yang
Current Psychology 40 (8), 3958-3965, 2021
Happy classes make happy students: Classmates' well-being predicts individual student well-being
RB King, JA Datu
Journal of school psychology 65, 116-128, 2017
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