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Saturday, June 4 • 16:10 - 17:45
Paper Session 38 - Motivation and Need Support in the Context of Distant and Digital Relations

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Paper #1: We are the 99%. Leader distance, need thwarting and workplace deviance: A Self-Determination perspective
Caroline Julia Pulfrey (University of Lausanne), with Franciska Krings, Fabrizio Butera
Paper #2: Digital intervention in self-determined exercise motivation – a randomized controlled trial
Karin A Weman Josefsson (Halmstad University), with Magnus Lindwall, Urban Johnson
Paper #3: Applying SDT in the Design of Literacy Software for Children
Elizabeth R Kazakoff (Lexia Learning), with Katie Ronstadt
Paper #4: New Ways in Fostering Self-Regulated Learning at College: How Effective are Web-Based Classes as Compared to Regular Attendance-Based Classes?
Silke Hertel (Heidelberg University), with Yves Karlen, Sophie Butz , Henrik Bellhuser , Birgit Spinath , Katharina Maag Merki , Bernhard Schmitz

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Silke Hertel

Heidelberg University

Speakers
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Karin Weman Josefsson

Halmstad University
My main academic focus is exercise psychology, health behaviours and behavior change. My PhD project was about digital exercise interventions based on Self-Determination Theory.
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Elizabeth Kazakoff

Senior Researcher, Lexia Learning
I focus on the application of developmental theory to the design and evaluation of educational technology tools and programs with a particular focus on literacy, self-regulation, and motivation.


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
Colwood 2