About the Monograph Series.; PART I: Overview. Self-Processes, Learning, and Enabling Human Potential, Dennis M. McInerney, Herbert W. Marsh, and Rhonda Craven.; PART II: Dynamic Views of the Self. Toward an Agentic Theory of the Self, Albert Bandura. Processes of Integrating, Developing, and Processing Self Information, John Hattie. Self-Concept is as Multidisciplinary as it is Multidimensional: A Review of Theory, Measurement,and Practice in Self-Concept Research, Herb W. Marsh and Alison J. O'Mara.; PART III: Self-Determination, Self Regulation, and Self Efficacy. Day-to-Day Variation in Competence Beliefs: How Autonomy Support Predicts Young Adolescents' Felt Competence, Yi-Miau Tsai, Mareike Kunter, Oliver Ludtke, and Ulrich Trautwein. Meet the Parents: Mothers' and Fathers' Contextual and Psychological Resources Associated to Adolescents' Perceptions of Parental Autonomy Support, Frederic Guay and Julien Chanal. In Search of Self-Regulated Learning: A Personal Quest, Barry J. Zimmerman. Evaluating Competence and Maintaining Self-Worth between Early and Middle Childhood: Blissful Ignorance or the Construction of Knowledge and Strategies in Context? Ruth Butler. Teacher Self-Efficacy: Conceptual Analysis and Relations with Teacher Burnout and Perceived School Context, Einar M. Skaalvik and Sidsel Skaalvik.; PART IV: Identity Processes, Possible Selves, Well-Being, and the Resilient Self. Egosystem and Ecosystem Goals and Adjustment to College, Jennifer Crocker, Juliana G. Breines, Amy Canevello, Mary Y. Liu, and Yu Niiya. Possible Selves: Identity-Based Motivationand School Success, Daphna Oyserman. The Resilient Self: Lessons Educators Can Take Away from Risk and Resilience Research, Bridget V. Ammon and Martin L. Maehr. Self and Socialization: How Do Young People Navigate Through Adolescence? Jari-Erik Nurmi.; PART V: Applied Educational Research. Class-Average Achievement, Marks, and Academic Self-Concept in German Elementary Schools, Olaf Koller, Horst Zeinz, and Ulrich Trautwein. East Meets West: An Examination of the Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effect in Western and Non-Western Countries, Marjorie Seaton, Rhonda G. Craven, and Herbert W. Marsh. The Beyond Bullying Secondary Program: An Innovative Program Empowering Teachers to Counteract Bullying in Schools, Roberto H. Parada, Rhonda G. Craven, and Herbert W. Marsh. Contributors.