Emotion control in collaborative learning situations: do students regulate emotions evoked by social challenges?

@article{Jrvenoja2009EmotionCI,
  title={Emotion control in collaborative learning situations: do students regulate emotions evoked by social challenges?},
  author={Hanna J{\"a}rvenoja and Sanna J{\"a}rvel{\"a}},
  journal={The British journal of educational psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={79 Pt 3},
  pages={463-81}
}
BACKGROUND During recent decades, self-regulated learning (SRL) has become a major research field. SRL successfully integrates the cognitive and motivational components of learning. Self-regulation is usually seen as an individual process, with the social aspects of regulation conceptualized as one aspect of the context. However, recent research has begun to investigate whether self-regulation processes are complemented by socially shared regulation processes. AIMS The presented study… CONTINUE READING
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