Stephens, J. M. & Gehlbach, H. (2007). Under pressure and under-engaged: Motivational profiles and academic cheating in high school. In E. Anderman and T. Murdock (Eds.), The psychology of academic cheating (pp. 107-139). Amsterdam: Academic Press (read .pdf, please "Rotate Clockwise" to read if necessary)
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