Conference Presentations (ACME)
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- 6Lia M. Daniels
- 5Lauren D. Goegan
- 4Daniels, Lia M.
- 4Parker, Patti C.
- 2Bryce S. Dueck
- 2Devon J. Chazan
Parker, Patti C., Tze, Virginia M. C., Daniels, Lia M., Sukovieff, Alyse
Across postsecondary settings, boredom is a common emotion and can be harmful for achievement striving and motivation. We draw on two theories—Control Value Theory (CVT) and the Components Process Model of Emotions (CPM)—which cover important dimensions of boredom experienced by students. Our...
Connecting Pre-Service Teachers' Emotions with a Course Component to Bridge Practice and Theory in AssessmentDownload
Kendra Wells, Gabrielle Pelletier, Tessa Pollitt, Lia M. Daniels
Pre-service teachers gain a theoretical understanding of assessment through coursework, but theories do not necessarily transfer to practice (Ogan-Bekiroglu & Suzuk, 2014; DeLuca & Klinger, 2010) Teacher Talks are interviews with practicing teachers. They are a course component designed to bridge...
Does it Matter When the Setback Happened? Assessing Differences in Setback Severity, Motivation, and Emotions in SportDownload
Parker, Patti C., Pelletier, Gabrielle N., Daniels, Lia M., Mosewich, Amber D.
Whether engaging in sport at the elite or recreational level, setback experiences in sport are inevitable and can be detrimental for motivation. Furthermore, across the globe, sport setbacks are particularly critical to study in light of the COVID-19 pandemic interrupting athletes’ sport seasons....
Examining Factors That Contribute to Athletes’ Anxiety About Body Image During Sport SetbacksDownload
Parker, Patti C., Tulloch, Sierra L. P., Chazan, Devon J., Pelletier, Gabrielle N., Daniels, Lia M.
Setbacks in sport are common and particularly relevant to current athletes because of the sport interruptions that resulted from COVID-19. Given the prevalence of mental health and body image issues reported in athletes, we considered factors impacting athletes’ setback-related anxiety about body...