Psychosocial learning environments and the mediating effect of personal meaning upon Satisfaction with Education

@article{Smith2013PsychosocialLE,
  title={Psychosocial learning environments and the mediating effect of personal meaning upon Satisfaction with Education},
  author={Prapanna Randall Smith},
  journal={Learning Environments Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={16},
  pages={259-280}
}
This article reports the quantitative phase of a mixed-methods study that was conducted to investigate the relationships between psychosocial learning environments and student satisfaction with their education as mediated by Agentic Personal Meaning. The interdisciplinary approach of the study integrated the fields of learning environment research, existential meaning research and positive psychology research. A postulated model was tested using structural equation modeling to determine… CONTINUE READING

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