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An Autonomy Support Motivation Intervention with Pre-Service Teachers: Do the Strategies that They Intend to Use Change?Download
Self-Determination Theory posits that autonomy is one of three psychological needs whose fulfillment leads to an optimally motivating learning environment. A quasi-experimental design was used to see if the motivational strategies that preservice teachers intended to use in their classrooms...
Conceptualization, Antecedents and Outcomes of Individual Work Identity: An Examination from the Social Identity PerspectiveDownload
Despite an expanding body of research aimed at understanding the role of work in self-definition, individual work identity research is fragmented due to inconsistent and incongruent application and interpretation of a range of identity theories as they apply to the study of organizations (Pratt...
Research on the influence of parenting styles on child outcomes has been fueled by an interest in promoting optimal child development. The majority of these studies have concluded that an authoritative parenting style is ideal for the successful socialization of children. However, some theorists...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2021: Leisure is the original antidepressant. University students can use more of it. A 2019 national survey showed that 51.6% of Canadian university students felt too depressed to function, while 16.4% seriously considered suicide. Yet, only 19.1% used traditional mental health...
Since the early 2000s, almost 300 SDT-relevant empirical journal articles and approximately the same number of dissertations have been published, with at least half appearing in the last five years. A review of the studies published in peer-reviewed journals (see Table 1) shows that half of...