A Meta-analysis of the Effectiveness of Intervention Programs Designed to Support Autonomy

@inproceedings{Su2011AMO,
  title={A Meta-analysis of the Effectiveness of Intervention Programs Designed to Support Autonomy},
  author={Y M Su and Johnmarshall Reeve},
  year={2011}
}
The twofold purpose of the present study was, first, to determine whether training intervention programs designed to help people support the autonomy of others are effective and, second, to identify the set of conditions that allowed these interventions to be most effective. A meta-analysis of the findings from 19 studies with 20 effect sizes showed that the training programs were, overall, effective with a weighted effect size of 0.63. Moderator analyses of the overall effect size showed that… CONTINUE READING

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