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Friday, June 3 • 15:40 - 16:45
Paper Session 25 - Methodological Challenges for Motivation Research

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Paper #1: Is statistical positivism the best way to study motivation? Looking for an alternative in the realist paradigm and case-based methodology
Valery Chirkov (University of Saskatchewan), with Jade Anderson
Paper #2: Case-based realist interviewing as an alternative methodology for motivation research: A step-by-step componential and structural analysis
Jade M. J. Anderson (University of Saskatchewan), with Valery I. Chirkov
Paper #3: Autonomous and controlled motivation as expressed by students own words: Do they relate to survey-assessed achievement goals and underlying reasons?
Aikaterini Michou (Bilkent University), with Athanasios Mouratidis, Aikaterini Vasiou , Vasilis Stavropoulos , Maarten Vansteenkiste

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Valery Chirkov

Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan
I am interested in developing alternative methodologies to advance research on motivation. One of the approaches is realist interviewing; my colleague Jade Anderson and I will talk about it on Friday. I also interested in understanding the dynamics between culture and human autonomy... Read More →

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Jade Anderson

Project Coordinator, University Of Saskatchewan
I graduated from the University of Saskatchewan's Applied Social Psychology MA program in 2015 and also completed my BA in Psychology at the U of S in 2012. My MA thesis applied an integration of Self-Determination and Achievement Goal theories to academic motivation using Realist... Read More →

Aikaterini Michou

Bilkent University

Friday June 3, 2016 15:40 - 16:45 PDT