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Transition from high school to university: a person-centered approach to academic achievement.

Bibliographic reference De Clercq, Mikaël ; Galand, Benoît ; Frenay, Mariane. Transition from high school to university: a person-centered approach to academic achievement.. In: European Journal of Psychology of Education, Vol. /, no./, p. 1-21 (2016)
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