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Phalet, Karen; Andriessen, Iris; Lens, Willy – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
This review examines the impact of future goals on motivation and learning in multicultural classrooms. Across cultures, schooling is a future-oriented investment. Studies of minority students' school achievement have advanced future goals as a crucial protective factor in the face of frequent school failure. At the same time, cultural…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Academic Failure, Student Motivation, Multicultural Education
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Greene, Barbara A.; DeBacker, Teresa K. – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
Literature on future orientation and motivation was examined for gender differences. Research revealed gender differences from five theoretical orientations: achievement motivation, future time orientation, possible selves, expectancy-value, and social-cognitive. Some of those differences seemed best explained in terms of generational differences…
Descriptors: Futures (of Society), Gender Differences, Achievement Need, Goal Orientation
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Simons, Joke; Vansteenkiste, Maarten; Lens, Willy; Lacante, Marlies – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
An overview of the conceptual development of future time perspective theory [Nuttin, J. R. (1984). "Motivation, Planning and Action: A Relational Theory of Behavior," Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ; Nuttin, J., and Lens, W. (1985). "Future Time Perspective and Motivation: Theory and Research Method," Leuven University Press and Erlbaum, Leuven, Belgium…
Descriptors: Time Perspective, Behavior Theories, Futures (of Society), Self Determination
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McInerney, Dennis M. – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
A growing area of research in educational psychology is future time perspective and its relationship to desired educational outcomes. This article discusses and critiques five reviews of current research on future time perspective. Key questions addressed are when do individuals begin to articulate a future, how far into the future does this…
Descriptors: Time Perspective, Futures (of Society), Educational Psychology, Outcomes of Education
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Smith, Jessi L. – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
Stereotype threat is a situational experience in which an individual feels vulnerable and pressured by the possibility of confirming or being judged by a stereotype. This threatening experience leads to performance decrements, even among highly skilled individuals. This article chronicles empirically tested mechanisms for how stereotype threat…
Descriptors: Stereotypes, Performance, Goal Orientation, Models
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Gehlbach, Hunter – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
Social perspective taking (SPT) is thought to be important in its own right and is often associated with other important skills, such as interpersonal conflict resolution. Previous research on SPT, however, has conceptualized it as a unidimensional construct leaving scholars with an insufficient understanding of this aptitude and how it relates to…
Descriptors: Academic Aptitude, Perspective Taking, Conflict Resolution, Outcomes of Education
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Hmelo-Silver, Cindy E. – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
Problem-based approaches to learning have a long history of advocating experience-based education. Psychological research and theory suggests that by having students learn through the experience of solving problems, they can learn both content and thinking strategies. Problem-based learning (PBL) is an instructional method in which students learn…
Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Educational Psychology, Learning Strategies, Cooperative Learning
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Entwistle, Noel; McCune, Velda – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
This article describes the historical origins and development of a series of well-known study strategy inventories and seeks to identify their conceptual bases. The theories and evidence influencing the development of 6 contrasting instruments are considered before examining empirical evidence of similarities and differences between the…
Descriptors: Study, Methods, Measures (Individuals), Motivation
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Richardson, John T. E. – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
Students' scores on questionnaires concerning their approaches to studying in higher education exhibit reasonable stability over time, moderate convergent validity with their scores on other questionnaires, and reasonable levels of discriminating power and criterion-related validity. Nevertheless, the internal consistency of the constituent scales…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Content Validity, Construct Validity, Student Evaluation
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Vermunt, Jan D.; Vermetten, Yvonne J. – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
This paper reviews the research conducted in the last decade on patterns in student learning, mostly in higher education. More specifically, the review focuses on a series of studies that have in common (a) the use of the Inventory of Learning Styles (ILS), an instrument aimed at measuring several components of student learning, namely, cognitive…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Learning Strategies, Educational Research, Learning Theories
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Pintrich, Paul R. – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
A conceptual framework for assessing student motivation and self-regulated learning in the college classroom is presented. The framework is based on a self-regulatory (SRL) perspective on student motivation and learning in contrast to a student approaches to learning (SAL) perspective. The differences between SRL and SAL approaches are discussed,…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Motivation, Student Attitudes, Self Concept Measures
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Lonka, Kirsti; Olkinuora, Erkki; Makinen, Jarkko – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
The development of two dominant research traditions is described: students' approaches to learning (SAL) and information processing (IP). The development of the third tradition, self-regulated learning (SRL) is added. SAL is based on European research, whereas IP and SRL are more typical background ideas for North-American research. The most…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Information Processing, Educational Research, Research Methodology
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Trigwell, Keith; Prosser, Michael – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
This paper describes how research into approaches to university teaching, from a relational perspective, has been used to develop an inventory to measure the key aspects of the variation in approaches to teaching. The Approaches to Teaching Inventory (ATI) is one of several that derive from the research perspective applied by Marton and colleagues…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Teaching Methods, College Faculty, College Instruction
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