The Relationship Between School-Leisure Conflict and Educational and Mental Health Indexes: A Motivational Analysis

@inproceedings{Ratelle2005TheRB,
  title={The Relationship Between School-Leisure Conflict and Educational and Mental Health Indexes: A Motivational Analysis},
  author={Catherine F. Ratelle and Caroline Sen{\'e}cal and Robert J. Vallerand and Pierre Provencher},
  year={2005}
}
The purpose of the present study was to test a motivational model that explains the relationship between school-leisure conflict and indicators of educational functioning and mental health using structural equation modeling with a sample of college students. Results provided support for the proposed model. Experiencing a conflict between education and leisure contexts was negatively predicted by having a self-determined motivation for school, while self-determined motivation for leisure… CONTINUE READING

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