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Understanding Satisfaction and Continuing Motivation in an Online Course: An Extension of Social Cognitive, Control-Value Theory*

@inproceedings{Artino2008UnderstandingSA,
  title={Understanding Satisfaction and Continuing Motivation in an Online Course: An Extension of Social Cognitive, Control-Value Theory*},
  author={Anthony R. Artino},
  year={2008}
}
Using social cognitive, control-value theory as a framework, this study examined how students' cognitive appraisals (task value and self-efficacy) and negative achievement emotions (boredom and frustration) relate to their overall satisfaction with an online course and their continuing motivation to enroll in future courses. Service academy undergraduates (N = 481) completed a survey that assessed these constructs. Structural equation modeling revealed that task value, self-efficacy, boredom… 

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