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Language Anxiety: Differentiating Writing and Speaking Components
This study investigated the links between second language classroom anxiety and second language writing anxiety as well as their associations with second language speaking and writing achievement.… Expand
Frameworks for Comprehending Discourse
Thirty physical education students and 30 music education students read a passage that could be given either a prison break or a wrestling interpretation, and another passage that could be understood… Expand
Implications from self-efficacy and attribution theories for an understanding of undergraduates' motivation in a foreign language course
Although studies on self-efficacy and attribution have independently contributed to the motivation literature, these two constructs have rarely been considered together in the domain of foreign… Expand
Self-kindness when facing stress: The role of self-compassion, goal regulation, and support in college students’ well-being
This project brought together the constructs of goal and emotion regulation as a way of understanding college students’ well-being, building on previous work that identified the ability to disengage… Expand
Studying to play, playing to study: Nine college student-athletes’ motivational sense of self
Abstract This study represents a grounded theory investigation of how motivation and self-perceptions influence students’ emotions, cognitions, and behaviors by focusing on student-athletes,… Expand
What Is Learning Anyway? A Topographical Perspective Considered
The overarching purpose of this treatise was to develop a means by which to describe and evaluate existing perspectives on learning and to guide future explorations in this domain. Specifically,… Expand
Middle School Students’ Self-Efficacy, Attitudes, and Achievement in a Computer-Enhanced Problem-Based Learning Environment
The measurement of motor, visual and auditory discrimination skills in mentally retarded children and adults and in young normal chilren.
Instantiation of general terms
- R. Anderson, J. Pichert, Ernest T. Goetz, D. Schallert, Kathleen V. Stevens, S. R. Trollip
- 1 December 1976
Abstract Three experiments investigated the hypothesis that, when interpreted in context, general terms are typically encoded on the basis of an instantiation. The results indicated that a particular… Expand
Expectancy-Value Relationships of Shame Reactions and Shame Resiliency.
This study investigated expectancy-value predictors for experiencing shame from test feedback and the possible consequences of these shame reactions. Those who experienced shame included a broader… Expand