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Teacher Altruism: A Key to Promoting Student Gains
Unformatted Document Text:  and coping: Contemporaneous, longitudinal, and across context relations. Child Development, 69 (3), 767-790. Eisenberg, N., Guthrie, I.K., Murphy, B.C., Shepard, S.A., Cumberland, A., & Carlo, G. (1999). Consistency and development of prosocial dispositions: A longitudinal study. Child Development, 70 (6),1360-1372. Eisenberg, N., Miller, P.A., Shell, R., McNalley, S., & Shea, C. (1991). Prosocial development in adolescence: A longitudinal study. Developmental Psychology, 27 (5). Fry, P.S. (1976). Children’s social sensitivity, altruism, and self-gratification. The Journal of Social Psychology, 98, 77-88. Grunberg, N.E., Maycock, V.A., & Anthony, B.J. (1985). Material altruism in children. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 6 (1), 1-11. Kohn, A. (1999). Punished by rewards. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company.Konecni, V.J., & Ebbesen, E.B. (1975). Effects of the presence of children on adults’ helping behavior and compliance: Two field studies. The Journal of Social Psychology, 97, 181-193. Mcguire, A.M. (2003). “It was nothing”—Extending evolutionary models of altruism by two social cognitive biases in judgments of the costs and benefits of helping. Social Cognition, 21 (5), 363-394. Monk-Turner, E., Blake, V., Chniel, F., Forbes, S., Lensey, L., & Madzuma, J. (2002). Helping hands: A study of altruistic behavior. Gender Issues, Fall 2002. Noddings, N. (1992). The challenge to care in schools: An alternative approach to education. New York, NY: Teachers College Press. Noddings, N. (1995). Teaching themes of care. Phi Delta Kappan, 76 (9).Noddings, N. (1995). A morally defensible mission for schools in the 21 st century. Phi Delta Kappan, 76 (5). Noddings, N. (1991). Values by deliberation of default. Clearing house, 64 (5).Oswald, P.A. (1996). The effects of cognitive and affective perspective taking on empathic concern and altruistic helping. Journal of Social Psychology, 136 (5). Robinson, E. & Curry, J. Altruism and helper effectiveness (2005) Journal of Social Responsibility, 2, 35-42. Simmons, C.H., & Sands-Dudelczyk, K. (1983). Children helping peers: Altruism and preschool environment. The Journal of Psychology, 115, 203-207. Smith, A. (1976). The theory of moral sentiments. Raphael, D.D., & Macfie, A.L. (Eds.) Indianapolis: Liberty Fund. Thomson, I. & Robinson, E (2004). Ethical caring and natural caring: Implications for classrooms. Journal of Social Responsibility. 1, 123-28. Zahn-Waxler, C., Radke-Yarrow, M., Wagner, E., & Chapman, M. (1992). Development of concern for others. Developmental Psychology, 28 (1). Zeldin, R.S., Savin-Williams, R.C., & Small, S.A. (1984). Dimensions of prosocial behavior in adolescent males. The Journal of Social Psychology, 123, 159-168.

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and coping: Contemporaneous, longitudinal, and across context relations. Child
Development, 69
(3), 767-790.
Eisenberg, N., Guthrie, I.K., Murphy, B.C., Shepard, S.A., Cumberland, A., & Carlo, G.
(1999). Consistency and development of prosocial dispositions: A longitudinal
study. Child Development, 70 (6),1360-1372.
Eisenberg, N., Miller, P.A., Shell, R., McNalley, S., & Shea, C. (1991). Prosocial
development in adolescence: A longitudinal study. Developmental Psychology,
27
(5).
Fry, P.S. (1976). Children’s social sensitivity, altruism, and self-gratification. The
Journal of Social Psychology, 98, 77-88.
Grunberg, N.E., Maycock, V.A., & Anthony, B.J. (1985). Material altruism in children.
Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 6 (1), 1-11.
Kohn, A. (1999). Punished by rewards. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Konecni, V.J., & Ebbesen, E.B. (1975). Effects of the presence of children on adults’
helping behavior and compliance: Two field studies. The Journal of Social
Psychology, 97,
181-193.
Mcguire, A.M. (2003). “It was nothing”—Extending evolutionary models of altruism by
two social cognitive biases in judgments of the costs and benefits of helping.
Social Cognition, 21 (5), 363-394.
Monk-Turner, E., Blake, V., Chniel, F., Forbes, S., Lensey, L., & Madzuma, J.
(2002). Helping hands: A study of altruistic behavior. Gender Issues, Fall
2002.
Noddings, N. (1992). The challenge to care in schools: An alternative approach to
education. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
Noddings, N. (1995). Teaching themes of care. Phi Delta Kappan, 76 (9).
Noddings, N. (1995). A morally defensible mission for schools in the 21
st
century. Phi
Delta Kappan, 76 (5).
Noddings, N. (1991). Values by deliberation of default. Clearing house, 64 (5).
Oswald, P.A. (1996). The effects of cognitive and affective perspective taking on
empathic concern and altruistic helping. Journal of Social Psychology, 136 (5).
Robinson, E. & Curry, J. Altruism and helper effectiveness (2005) Journal of Social
Responsibility, 2, 35-42.
Simmons, C.H., & Sands-Dudelczyk, K. (1983). Children helping peers: Altruism and
preschool environment. The Journal of Psychology, 115, 203-207.
Smith, A. (1976). The theory of moral sentiments. Raphael, D.D., & Macfie, A.L. (Eds.)
Indianapolis: Liberty Fund.
Thomson, I. & Robinson, E (2004). Ethical caring and natural caring: Implications for
classrooms. Journal of Social Responsibility. 1, 123-28.
Zahn-Waxler, C., Radke-Yarrow, M., Wagner, E., & Chapman, M. (1992).
Development of concern for others. Developmental Psychology, 28 (1).
Zeldin, R.S., Savin-Williams, R.C., & Small, S.A. (1984). Dimensions of prosocial
behavior in adolescent males. The Journal of Social Psychology, 123, 159-168.


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