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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...
The control-value theory (CVT) of achievement emotions is a well-established theoretical framework which delineates the predictive relationships among distal and proximal antecedents, academic emotions, and student engagement and achievement. Although most research anchored in CVT is conducted by...
Research brief reporting on findings for Session 1 of a boredom intervention.