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Karen Aldrup; Bastian Carstensen; Uta Klusmann – Educational Psychologist, 2024
Theoretical perspectives emphasize the relevance of teachers managing their emotions for positive teacher-student interactions and student outcomes (i.e., teaching effectiveness). Four largely distinct lines of research inspired by (1) Gross' process model of emotion regulation, the concepts of (2) coping, (3) emotional labor, and (4) emotional…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Self Control, Teacher Response, Teacher Student Relationship
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Strunk, Kamden K.; Andrzejewski, Carey E. – Educational Psychologist, 2023
Educational psychology as a field and area of inquiry has gone underexamined in terms of its role in and contributions to racism and antiblackness. We position educational psychology as a racialized organization relative to the institution of education, a widely recognized site of institutionalized racism. We, therefore, explore the role the…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Racism, Blacks, Race
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Rosenzweig, Emily Q.; Wigfield, Allan; Eccles, Jacquelynne S. – Educational Psychologist, 2022
Motivational interventions grounded in Eccles and colleagues' situated expectancy-value theory (SEVT) can promote students' motivational beliefs and academic performance. However, most prior work has focused on one construct, perceived utility value. SEVT includes multiple constructs found to influence students' academic motivation, performance,…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Intervention, Theories, Student Attitudes
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Dotterer, Aryn M. – Educational Psychologist, 2022
Trends in past research note parental involvement in education tends to decline as students get older. This targeted review draws on the bioecological model of human development and parental role construction to understand how parent involvement changes across developmental periods. Three distinct issues were identified from research on the…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, High School Students, Adolescents, Parent Participation
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Hickey, Daniel T. – Educational Psychologist, 2022
The articles in this special issue on Improving Online Learning Theory, Research, and Practice characterize online learning using a set of "diverse lenses." Most of these articles draw primarily from modern socio-constructivist perspectives and applied psychological constructs derived from more basic research. My strong embrace of…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Learner Engagement, Equal Education, Summative Evaluation
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Shea, Peter; Richardson, Jennifer; Swan, Karen – Educational Psychologist, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic forced institutions of higher education around the world to quickly transition to forms of distance education, including synchronous and asynchronous online learning. Often lacking conceptual, empirical, and practical understanding of online pedagogy, many institutions have met this endeavor with mixed success. It seems…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Online Courses, Educational Technology, Teaching Methods
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Mende, Stephan; Proske, Antje; Narciss, Susanne – Educational Psychologist, 2021
Collaboration provides learners with opportunities to develop an understanding beyond what they could achieve alone. To this end, learners need to build on each other's knowledge to draw new conclusions. This requires successful retrieval, inferencing, and mutual referencing during collaboration. Although individual preparation is considered as…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Memory, Recall (Psychology), Inferences
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Livinti, Raluca; Gunnesch-Luca, George; Iliescu, Drago? – Educational Psychologist, 2021
Research self-efficacy represents the adaptation of the social cognitive concept of self-efficacy to the field of academic and scientific research and is one of the best predictors of successfully engaging in research activities. The current meta-analysis focuses on the relationship between research self-efficacy and 14 other relevant variables…
Descriptors: Research Skills, Self Efficacy, Meta Analysis, Predictor Variables
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DeCuir-Gunby, Jessica T. – Educational Psychologist, 2020
The goal of this article is to explore the relationship between a researcher's inquiry worldview and methodological choices. In the analysis, I explicate my own racialized positionality and Critical Race Theory (CRT) inquiry worldview. Also, I explain my use of critical race mixed methodology (CRMM), the combining of CRT and mixed methods. In…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Race, African Americans, Educational Experience
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Schonert-Reichl, Kimberly A. – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Around the globe, dialogs about educational reform and the integration of social and emotional learning (SEL) into policy and curriculum are proliferating. SEL is now a worldwide phenomenon and not just a passing fad, with SEL approaches and programs being implemented in countries throughout the world. Articles included in this special issue are…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Success, Academic Achievement
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Anmarkrud, Øistein; Andresen, Anette; Bråten, Ivar – Educational Psychologist, 2019
This article reviews contemporary research on multimedia learning that uses cognitive load theory as the major theoretical framework. In particular, we address the extent to which working memory has been conceptualized and measured in this research, what kind of subjective measures of cognitive load have been used and whether such measures are…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Difficulty Level, Multimedia Instruction, Short Term Memory
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Miele, David B.; Scholer, Abigail A. – Educational Psychologist, 2018
This article builds on existing models of motivation regulation in order to examine how students identify and address motivational deficits (e.g., not enough motivation or not the right type of motivation). Integrating perspectives from the achievement motivation, metacognition, and emotion regulation literatures, we propose that metamotivational…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Self Motivation, Self Control, Self Efficacy
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Ceci, Stephen J. – Educational Psychologist, 2018
Although women are underrepresented in the most mathematically intensive fields, the gender gap in these fields has narrowed over the past 2 decades. In my E. L. Thorndike address I summarized the temporal trends in sex differences for 8 fields and considered factors that drive both the underrepresentation of women and its recent narrowing. I…
Descriptors: Females, Scientists, Disproportionate Representation, Gender Differences
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Fives, Helenrose; Barnes, Nicole; Buehl, Michelle M.; Mascadri, Julia; Ziegler, Nathan – Educational Psychologist, 2017
Epistemic cognition represents aspects of teachers' thinking focused on issues related to knowledge, which may have particular relevance for classroom assessment practices given that teachers must discern what their students know and then use this information to inform instruction. We present a model of epistemic cognition in teaching with a focus…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Epistemology, Cognitive Processes, Thinking Skills
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Lunn Brownlee, Jo; Ferguson, Leila E.; Ryan, Mary – Educational Psychologist, 2017
There is increasing evidence to show that teachers' epistemic cognition is related to how they conceive of and engage in teaching; therefore it is important that teachers develop adaptive epistemic cognition. This article provides an overview of the different ways of theorizing and investigating changes in epistemic cognition for teaching and…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Reflective Teaching, Critical Thinking, Teaching Methods
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