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Wednesday, June 1
 

09:00

Pre-Conference Workshop on SDT in Business and Organizations
Limited Capacity seats available

How motivated and satisfied are my employees? How engaged and loyal are my customers? How can I enhance employee and customer experiences and engagement?
Fortune 500 companies and best-selling books such as Drive have adopted Self-Determination Theory (SDT) as a blueprint for developing the business climate that will support deeper and more effective motivation, engagement, and satisfaction in employees, customers, and clients alike. Organizations all around the world want to learn the basic principles of SDT and apply it to their work, and top management consultants use SDT as the guidebook for change.

This 1-Day intensive training workshop will give you the chance to hear and interact with the SDT experts in this field, including SDT founders Richard Ryan and Edward Deci, and Scott Rigby, the founder of the world’s foremost consulting firm in the application of SDT to business.

Register at: http://conferences.uvic.ca/index.php/sdtws1/sdt2016business/schedConf/registration

Workshop Facilitators
avatar for Edward L. Deci

Edward L. Deci

SDT Co-Founder, Author, and Professor at the University of Rochester
avatar for Scott Rigby

Scott Rigby

Founder and C.E.O. of Immersyve Inc., Celebration FL.
avatar for Richard M. Ryan

Richard M. Ryan

SDT Co-Founder and Professor, Institute for Positive Psychology & Education, Australian Catholic University


Wednesday June 1, 2016 09:00 - 17:00
Empress - Rattenbury

11:30

 
Thursday, June 2
 

08:00

09:45

Opening Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →
avatar for Kim Noels

Kim Noels

Professor, University of Alberta
My research interests rest at the intersection of educational, cultural and social psychology, applied and sociolinguistics, and communication science, particularly as these disciplines pertain to intercultural relations and communication. One of my main lines of research concerns bilingualism and second language learning, with a focus on how the social context is linked people's experience of intrinsic and self-determined motivation, the process... Read More →
avatar for Cam Wild

Cam Wild

Professor, University of Alberta

Organizers
avatar for Frederick Grouzet

Frederick Grouzet

Associate Professor, University of Victoria


Thursday June 2, 2016 09:45 - 10:30
Carson Hall - Salon C

10:30

Recent insights in the dynamics of need satisfaction, need frustration, and the role of integrative emotion regulation
Paper #1: Recent Insights on the Critical Role of Psychological Needs and the Building Blocks of a Need-Supportive Approach
Maarten Vansteenkiste (Ghent University)

Paper #2:
Social and Physiological Consequences of Emotional Integration and Emotional Avoidance

Guy Roth (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)

Paper #3:
Attending to the Dark Side of Self-Determination Theory: Recent Insights on controlling motivating styles

Leen Haerens (Ghent University)

Moderators
Speakers
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Guy Roth

Faculty, Ben Gurion university of the Negev


Thursday June 2, 2016 10:30 - 12:00
Carson Hall - Salon C

12:00

13:05

New insights on need supports promoting inner compass, reflective identity, and resilience in youth
Paper #1: How to resist the sirens’ call? the role of an inner compass and parental support for an inner compass in protecting adolescents against problematic peer influences
Bart Soenens (Ghent University)

Paper #2:
Inner compass: How can we promote it and why it is important? a cross cultural investigation

Avi Assor (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)

Moderators
avatar for Marina Milyavskaya

Marina Milyavskaya

Assistant Professor, Carleton University

Speakers

Thursday June 2, 2016 13:05 - 14:10
Carson Hall - Salon C

14:15

Paper Session 2 - SDT in Business and Organizations (I)
Paper #1: Examining Unique and Common Variance to Explain the Relationship Between Forms of Leader Power Use and Motivational Outlooks in Employees
Susan N Fowler (University of San Diego), with Taylor Peyton Roberts, Drea Zigarmi
Paper #2: Basic Psychological Needs and Need Thwarting as Mediators Between Forms of Perceived Leader Controlling Behaviors, Organizational Politics, Hard, Soft Forms of Power, and Trust and Employee Work Intentions
Taylor Peyton Roberts (Valencore Consulting), with Drea Zigarmi, Susan N. Fowler
Paper #3: Organizational Determinants Of Workers’ Psychological Health, Attitudes, And Behaviors: The Mediating Role Of Psychological Need Satisfaction And Thwarting
Tiphaine Huyghebaert (Université François Rabelais de Tours), with Nicolas Gillet, Philippe Colombat , Fadi-Joseph Lahiani , Evelyne Fouquereau

Moderators
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Susan N Fowler

University Of San Diego

Speakers
avatar for Tiphaine Huyghebaert

Tiphaine Huyghebaert

Université François-Rabelais de Tours & AD Conseil
avatar for Taylor Peyton Roberts

Taylor Peyton Roberts

Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Valencore Consulting
Dr. Taylor Peyton Roberts is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Valencore Consulting. Dr. Roberts' recent research collaborations and publications examine authenticity in leaders, employee work passion, employee affect, and power. Her award-winning dissertation work offered a new conceptual framework and validated psychological assessment for authenticity in leaders. Dr. Roberts has authored and presented over 40 research studies to academic... Read More →


Thursday June 2, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Empress - Rattenbury

14:15

Paper Session 1 - Intrinsic Motivation
Paper #1: Neural system of intrinsic motivation: insula-striatum interactions
Woogul Lee (Korea National University of Education), with Johnmarshall Reeve
Paper #2: The Information-Seeking Behavior of Intrinsically Motivated Elementary School Children of Three Cultures (Colorado Springs, Kampala, and Mysore)
Sherry R Crow (University of Nebraska Kearney)

Speakers
avatar for Sherry R. Crow

Sherry R. Crow

Assoc. Dean of the College of Education, University Of Nebraska Kearney
My current interests are intrinsic motivation for information seeking (and how educators can foster it in students), school librarianship, and storytelling. I am also interested in the multicultural aspects of each.
avatar for Woogul Lee

Woogul Lee

Assistant Professor, Korea National University Of Education


Thursday June 2, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
View Royal

14:15

Paper Session 3 - Personal Goals and Self-Concordance
Paper #1: Some goals just feel easier: Self-concordance leads to goal progress through subjective ease, not effort
Marina Milyavskaya (Carleton University), with Kaitlyn Werner, Emily Foxen-Craft , Richard Koestner
Paper #2: A Qualitative Exploration of Goal Threat Perceptions & the Basic Psychological Needs Among Dieters
Kori L. Propst (Northcentral University)
Paper #3: Value congruence and basic need satisfaction in volunteering
Stefan Tomas Güntert (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland)

Moderators
avatar for Marina Milyavskaya

Marina Milyavskaya

Assistant Professor, Carleton University

Speakers
ST

Stefan Tomas Güntert

University Of Applied Sciences And Arts Northwestern Switzerland
avatar for Kori L. Propst

Kori L. Propst

VP & Consultant, Northcentral University
Nutrition and weight loss consulting, eating psychology consulting, fitness and physique sports psychology, emotional agility and mind-body integration


Thursday June 2, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Colwood

14:15

Paper Session 5 - Autonomy and Self-Determination
Paper #1: Assisted vs. Asserted Autonomy Satisfaction: Two Unique Pathways to Wellbeing and Adaptive Coping
Lisa Legault (Clarkson University)
Paper #2: Evaluating the autonomy continuum across cultures and activities: UPLOC, a new standardized assessment tool
Evgeny N. Osin (National Research University Higher School of Economics), with Kennon M. Sheldon, Tamara O. Gordeeva , Dmitry D. Suchkov , Elena I. Rasskazova , Vladislav V. Bobrov , Oleg A. Sychev
Paper #3: A Model for the Development of Self-Determination
Michael Wehmeyer (University of Kansas), with Karrie Shogren

Speakers
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Lisa Legault

Clarkson University
EN

Evgeny N. Osin

National Research University Higher School Of Economics
avatar for Michael Wehmeyer

Michael Wehmeyer

Professor and Director, University Of Kansas


Thursday June 2, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Carson Hall - Salon C

14:15

Paper Session 4 - Contributions to the Psychology of Passion: An International Perspective
Paper #1: On the Determinants and Outcomes of Passion for Screen-based Behaviors: The Case of Impulsivity and the Problematic and Non-Problematic Facebook Use and TV Series Watching
Gábor Orosz (Eotvos Lorand University, Institute of Psychology; Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology), with Istvan Toth-Kiraly, Beata Bothe , Robert J. Vallerand
Paper #2: Passion, well-being and hope in four European countries
Fabien Fenouillet (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre), with Robert J. Vallerand, Charles Martin-Krumm , Yann Delas , Jean Heutte , Alena Slezackova , Andres Vallerand, Martin-Krumm, Delas, Heutte, Slezackova, Krafft
Paper #3: Is Passion Gendered in Education?
Arielle Bonneville-Roussy (University of Roehampton), with Robert J. Vallerand

Moderators
Speakers
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Arielle Bonneville-Roussy

University Of Roehampton
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Fabien Fenouillet

Université Paris Ouest Nanterre
avatar for Gábor Orosz

Gábor Orosz

Eotvos Lorand University, Institute Of Psychology; Hungarian Academy Of Sciences, Institute Of Cognitive Neuroscience And Psychology


Thursday June 2, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Sidney

15:20

15:45

Advances in Self-Determination Theory
Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Edward L. Deci

Edward L. Deci

SDT Co-Founder, Author, and Professor at the University of Rochester
avatar for Richard M. Ryan

Richard M. Ryan

SDT Co-Founder and Professor, Institute for Positive Psychology & Education, Australian Catholic University


Thursday June 2, 2016 15:45 - 17:50
Carson Hall - Salon C

17:50

 
Friday, June 3
 

07:00

5K Run
Volunteers

Friday June 3, 2016 07:00 - 08:00
Totem Poles Area
  • Presentation Type Fun

07:15

Discovery Walk
Volunteers

Friday June 3, 2016 07:15 - 08:00
Totem Poles Area
  • Presentation Type Fun

07:15

Mindfulness Meditation
Volunteers

Friday June 3, 2016 07:15 - 08:00
Lower Pavillion

08:30

Paper Session 10 - Leadership and Mentoring
Paper #1: CARES: An SDT based model of mentoring
Jennifer La Guardia (UCSB), with Daryl L. Sharp, Richard M. Ryan , Vivian Lewis
Paper #2: Sustainable Authentic Leadership Development From a Self-Determination Theory Perspective
Marc R Blais (Université du Québec à Montréal & CIRANO)
Paper #3: Low-skilled’ workers’ motivation: between individual and societal narratives
Kristina Mariager-Anderson (Aarhus University, Department of Education, Denmark)

Speakers
MB

Marc Blais

Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal & Cirano
avatar for Jennifer La Guardia

Jennifer La Guardia

Motivation for Health, UCSB
Dr. Jennifer La Guardia received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Rochester under the supervision of Dr. Richard Ryan. She is a practicing clinical psychologist, research scientist, and educator with over 15 years of experience designing and implementing ‘live’, web-based, and mobile-health interventions to promote health behavior change, manage chronic illness, and improve personal well-being. She works... Read More →
avatar for Kristina Mariager-Anderson

Kristina Mariager-Anderson

Associate professor, Aarhus University, Department Of Education, Denmark


Friday June 3, 2016 08:30 - 09:35
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

08:30

Paper Session 9 - Health Education
Paper #1: Medical Students’ Self-Determination: A Qualitative Exploration
Greg Malin (University of Saskatchewan)
Paper #2: Video Making and Health? SDT in health education class
Tish Scott (Contract Education Research and Curriculum Development)
Paper #3: School completion in vocational tracks- the importance of basic need satisfaction and different types of motivation
Britt Karin Utvær (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Moderators
avatar for Greg Malin

Greg Malin

Assistant Professor, University Of Saskatchewan

Speakers
TS

Tish Scott

Contract Education Research And Curriculum Development
BK

Britt Karin Utvær

Norwegian University Of Science And Technology


Friday June 3, 2016 08:30 - 09:35
View Royal

08:30

Paper Session 7 - Motivation Across Time
Paper #1: Changes in Academic Motivation: Six-cohort Japanese samples by longitudinal study over 2-year period.
Takuma Nishimura (University of Tokyo, University of Rochester), with Shigeo Sakurai
Paper #2: Cross-lagged model of the development of competence, relatedness and autonomy in adolescence considering social relations and self-concept at school
Olga Bakadorova (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitt Greifswald), with Diana Raufelder
Paper #3: Emotional and motivational costs and benefits of positive and negative perfectionism in high school students over a period of six months
Isabelle Green-Demers (University of Quebec in Outaouais), with Daniel Pelletier

Moderators
IG

Isabelle Green-Demers

University of Quebec in Outaouais

Speakers
OB

Olga Bakadorova

Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitt Greifswald
TN

Takuma Nishimura

University Of Tokyo, University Of Rochester


Friday June 3, 2016 08:30 - 09:35
Sidney

08:30

Paper Session 6 - Is Autonomy Support Beneficial to All?
Paper #1: The Benefits of Supporting the Autonomy of Individuals Who "Pull" for Control
Mireille Joussemet (Université de Montréal), with Julie C. Laurin, Julie Emond Pelletier , Andreadakis Eftichia , Audrey Savard , Julien S. Bureau , Genevieve A. Mageau
Paper #2: The ‘Perceiver Effect’ within the Classroom: Why Do Some Students Benefit more (or less) from Supportive Teachers?
Idit Katz (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), with Rinat Sabag
Paper #3: The sound of motivation: How autonomy-supportive and controlling speakers convey motivation through tone of voice
Netta Weinstein (Cardiff University), with Silke Paulmann

Speakers
MJ

Mireille Joussemet

University of Montreal
Mireille Joussemet received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2004 from McGill University, where she conducted research in human motivation with Prof. Richard Koestner, guided by her passion for children’s motivation, well-being and their social determinants. During her post-doctoral training with Prof. Richard Tremblay at the “Groupe de recherche sur l'inadaptation psychosociale chez l’enfant”, she gained experience... Read More →
avatar for Idit Katz

Idit Katz

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
NW

Netta Weinstein

Cardiff University


Friday June 3, 2016 08:30 - 09:35
Carson Hall - Salon C

08:30

Paper Session 8 - Choice and Decision Making
Paper #1: Needs fulfilment, value, and ability in high school students' subject choices
Paul Evans (University of New South Wales)
Paper #2: “Let them have that choice in the music”: Examining fidelity to self-determination theory in the Bristol Girls' Dance Project
Simon J Sebire (University of Bristol)
Paper #3: Are causes and motivations leading to the decision to leave school related to future perspectives? A multi-source investigation.
Daniel Pelletier (University of Quebec in Hull), with Alexandre Beaulieu

Moderators
DP

Daniel Pelletier

University of Quebec in the Outaouais

Speakers
avatar for Paul Evans

Paul Evans

Senior Lecturer, University Of New South Wales
Hi! I'm interested in SDT as it relates to educational settings, particularly music.
avatar for Simon Sebire

Simon Sebire

Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol
Motivation for Physical activity in young people and adults. Goal content in exercise. Embedding SDT in health interventions and evaluating theoretical fidelity


Friday June 3, 2016 08:30 - 09:35
Colwood

09:40

09:40

Self-Determination and Unconscious Openness
Speakers
avatar for Holley S. Hodgins

Holley S. Hodgins

Professor, Skidmore College
My research has coalesced around issues related to openness to experience, as contrasted with defensiveness to experience. I use paradigms from experimental social psychology to investigate the predictors and consequences of the tendency to experience internal and external events directly rather than to avoid and distort them.


Friday June 3, 2016 09:40 - 10:15
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

10:15

10:15

10:50

11:10

Paper Session 15 - SDT in Business and Organizations (II)
Paper #1: SDT and Senior Executives
Marcus B Müller (Sacred Heart University), with Geoff P. Lovell
Paper #2: Results of an SDT-based intervention in the workforce of a provincial government
Jacques Forest (ESG UQAM), with Sarah-Geneviève Trépanier
Paper #3: Work Environment Antecedents and Consequences of Employee Work Passion: a Partial Test of an Employee Work Passion Model.
Drea Zigarmi (University of San Diego), with Susan N. Fowler, Taylor Peyton Roberts

Moderators
avatar for Jacques Forest

Jacques Forest

Full professor, CHRP and psychologist, Esg Uqam
Full professor-researcher et ESG UQAM, CHRP and psychologist.

Speakers
MB

Marcus B Müller

Sacred Heart University
DZ

Drea Zigarmi

University Of San Diego


Friday June 3, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

11:10

Paper Session 11 - Idiographic Approach of Motivation
Paper #1: Latent Profile Analysis of Students’ Motivation and Outcomes in Mathematics
John CK Wang (Nanyang Technological University), with Woon Chia Liu, Stefanie Chye
Paper #2: A person-oriented analysis of academic motivation: Autonomous types of motivation in successful high school and university students
Tamara O. Gordeeva (Lomonosov Moscow State University, National Research University Higher School of Economics), with Evgeny N. Osin, Oleg A. Sychev
Paper #3: The Global, Contextual, and Situational Motivations of Preservice Teachers
Jennifer D Moss (Purdue University)

Speakers
TO

Tamara O. Gordeeva

Lomonosov Moscow State University, National Research University Higher School Of Economics
JM

Jennifer Moss

Purdue University
JC

John C. K. Wang

Nanyang Technological University


Friday June 3, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
View Royal

11:10

Paper Session 13 - Creative Ways of School Engagement
Paper #1: Examination of the psychometric properties of psychological time as an index of engagement
Masato Kawabata (Nanyang Technological University), with Khai Leng Chua
Paper #2: Assessing the School Climate for Creativity
Jasmina Ferizovic (Southern Connecticut State University)
Paper #3: The role of teacher humor types for students’ psychological needs and intrinsic motivation
Sonja Rita Bieg (University of Augsburg), with Markus Dresel

Moderators
avatar for Jasmina Ferizovic

Jasmina Ferizovic

Teacher, New Milford High School
My research focuses on school climate factors supportive of teachers’ creativity. Removing obstacles and boosting creativity stimulants leads to either "virtuous" or "vicious cycles" of creativity growth in different school climates. The componential theory of creativity and systems thinking provide theoretical frameworks for school leaders to effectively tap teachers’ potential and support their capacity to create.

Speakers
SR

Sonja Rita Bieg

University Of Augsburg
avatar for Masato Kawabata

Masato Kawabata

Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University
I have conducted extensive research on the optimal experience in physical activity settings. As an educator, I have been most interested in how practitioners (e.g., educators and coaches) can assist others in engaging constructively so that they can lead flourishing lives. I have used physical activity (e.g., exercise and sport) as a vehicle for fostering the principles of personal growth. I am also interested in examining the effect of... Read More →


Friday June 3, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Colwood

11:10

Paper Session 14 - SDT Perspective on Growth-Fixed Mindset
Paper #1: How do pressure from above, mindset and motivation influence teachers’ autonomy supportive teaching style?
Tineke Kingma (Windesheim University of Applied Sciences), with Elanor Kamans, Marjolein Heijne , Marca Wolfensberger
Paper #2: Towards a better understanding of change-oriented feedback in sport: Observations from a real-life setting and training-to-training fluctuations
Joelle Carpentier (McGill University), with Geneviève A. Mageau, Richard Koestner
Paper #3: Week-to-week Studying Efforts and Well-being as Explained by Intrapersonal Fluctuation of Autonomous Functioning and Interpersonal Differences in Implicit Theories of Ability
Athanasios Mouratidis (Hacettepe University), with Aikaterini Vasiou, Aikaterini Michou

Moderators
avatar for Joelle Carpentier

Joelle Carpentier

Professor, Mcgill University
Sports - Business - Coaching - Autonomy Support - Feedback

Speakers
avatar for Tineke Kingma

Tineke Kingma

Researcher and Director of Honours Programmes, Windesheim University Of Applied Sciences
AM

Athanasios Mouratidis

Hacettepe University


Friday June 3, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Sidney

12:15

12:15

Poster Session #1
Friday June 3, 2016 12:15 - 14:15
Carson Hall - Salon A

14:15

Paper Session 20 - STEM Education
Paper #1: Self-Directed Learning in a Middle School Science Classroom: A Self Determination Theory and Connectivist Model
Gerald P. Ardito (Pace University School of Education)
Paper #2: Seeding Science Success: The Significance of Secondary Science Students’ Motivation on Their Science Aspirations and Achievement
Wanasinghe D. Chandrasena (University of Peradeniya), with Rhonda Craven, Danielle Tracey , Anthony Dillon

Speakers
avatar for Gerald Ardito

Gerald Ardito

Assistant, Pace University School of Education
Self-directed learning. | Education technology | Blended learning
avatar for Wanasinghe D Chandrasena

Wanasinghe D Chandrasena

Senior Lecturer, University Of Peradeniya
I am a science educator and I am interested in educational and social psychology. I conduct some programmes on motivation and positive thinking. I am also interested in teaching methodology, especially in general science and chemistry.


Friday June 3, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

14:15

Paper Session 16 - Intrinsic and Extrinsic Goals and Values
Paper #1: Complex , ‘big picture’ thinking and autonomous regulation: Pathways to greater wellbeing, and greater democratic and educational engagement.
Brad Elphinstone (Swinburne University of Technology)
Paper #2: Differential Association of Motivation and Goal Contents with Psychological Well-being:
Eunju j Lee (Kyungpook National University), with Sungae Lim
Paper #3: Values, Situational Need Construals, and Well-Being: Relative Intrinsic to Extrinsic Values Predict Perceiving More Opportunities for Satisfaction
Mike Prentice (University of Salzburg), with Kennon Sheldon, Tim Kasser

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Brad Elphinstone

Brad Elphinstone

Swinburne University Of Technology
I'm always wondering about why people do what they do, and how research can help us do more of the 'right' things in the 'right' way. My research generally focusses on thinking styles and the way people look at the world, and how this informs their goals, motivation, and subsequent outcomes like wellbeing.
EJ

Eunju J. Lee

Associate Professor, Kyungpook National University
avatar for Mike Prentice

Mike Prentice

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Salzburg


Friday June 3, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Sidney

14:15

Paper Session 17 - Language and Literacy
Paper #1: Examining the Effects of a Teachers' Professional Development Program on Elementary Students’ Motivational Resources in Written French and Behavioural Outcomes
Frederic Guay (Laval University), with Pierre Valois, Valerie Lessard , Erick Falardeau
Paper #2: Effects of activities in classroom lessons on students’ beliefs, motivations, and learning strategies in learning English as a foreign language.
Keita Shinogaya (Nihon university), with Rieko Kizawa
Paper #3: Motivating and Demotivating Factors in Learning a Langage
Belgin Aydn (Anadolu University), with Meral Melek Unver, Dilek Karakoc

Moderators
avatar for Kim Noels

Kim Noels

Professor, University of Alberta
My research interests rest at the intersection of educational, cultural and social psychology, applied and sociolinguistics, and communication science, particularly as these disciplines pertain to intercultural relations and communication. One of my main lines of research concerns bilingualism and second language learning, with a focus on how the social context is linked people's experience of intrinsic and self-determined motivation, the process... Read More →

Speakers
BA

Belgin Aydin

Anadolu University
FG

Frederic Guay

Laval University
Frédéric Guay is a Professor of Counseling Psychology and Education at Laval University as well as the Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair in Motivation, Persistence and Academic Success. He holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Quebec at Montreal and was a post-doctoral fellow at Laval University and a research fellow at the University of Western Sydney. His research program has been organized by... Read More →
KS

Keita Shinogaya

Nihon University


Friday June 3, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Colwood

14:15

Paper Session 18 - Motivation Behind Abstinence and Non-Participation
Paper #1: Using Self-Determination Theory to Examine Adolescents’ Motivations to Abstain from Sex and Alcohol
Sam A. Hardy (Brigham Young University)
Paper #2: Does the quality of motivation matter? An examination of the relationship between goal-content, self-regulation and eating behaviours
Joke Verstuyf (Ghent University), with Maarten Vansteenkiste, Bart Soenens
Paper #3: Moving beyond Amotivation: Autonomous and Controlled Reasons for Non-Participation in Education
Nathalie Aelterman (Ghent University), with Maarten Vansteenkiste , Bart Soenens , Leen Haerens

Moderators
Speakers
NA

Nathalie Aelterman

Ghent University
avatar for Sam Hardy

Sam Hardy

Associate Professor, Brigham Young University
Developmental and personality psychologist interested in adolescent and emerging adult moral development, identity formation, religiosity, and motivation.
JV

Joke Verstuyf

Ghent University


Friday June 3, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
Carson Hall - Salon C

14:15

Paper Session 19 - Motivation and Learning
Paper #1: The Importance of Motivation for Students’ Cognitive Engagement in a Problem-based Learning Environment
Bee Leng Chua (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University)
Paper #2: Promoting Students' Conceptual Learning by Responding to their Preferences
Hyungshim Jang (Hanyang University)
Paper #3: Using self-determination theory to model the effects of student centeredness on the satisfaction of basic psychological needs, motivation and learning outcomes
Emily Bonem (Purdue University), with Chantal Levesque-Bristol, Angelika Zissimopoulos , David Nelson , Heather Fedesco

Moderators
avatar for Johnmarshall Reeve

Johnmarshall Reeve

Professor, Korea University
We design, implement, and evaluate autonomy-supportive interventions for teachers. We seek to discover the benefits (for students, for teachers) when teachers learn how to become more autonomy supportive and less controlling during instruction. We also focus on students--often on the quality of their classroom engagement.

Speakers
avatar for Emily Bonem

Emily Bonem

Instructional Developer, Purdue University
BL

Bee Leng Chua

National Institute Of Education, Nanyang Technological University
HJ

Hyungshim Jang

Hanyang University


Friday June 3, 2016 14:15 - 15:20
View Royal

15:20

15:40

Paper Session 21 - Motivation in Health-Care Workplace
Paper #1: A Meta-Analytical Test of Autonomous and Controlled Motivation at Work
Hannes Leroy (Rotterdam School of Management), with Hannes Leroy, Joshua Howard , Marylène Gagné
Paper #2: Doctors in Co-design of Medical Leadership programmes: Self determination at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Jill Aylott (Sheffield Hallam University), with Ahmed Nassef
Paper #3: Enhancing Work Motivation and Retention of Clinical and Academic Nurses
Mary D Moller (Pacific Lutheran University), with Devorah Curtis, Kaitlyn Sill

Moderators
HL

Hannes Leroy

Assistant Professor, Erasmus University
whatever they are passionate about (-: | | But also: authenticity, mindfulness, integrity, diversity.

Speakers
avatar for Jill Aylott

Jill Aylott

Sheffield Hallam University
avatar for Mary Moller

Mary Moller

Associate Professor, Pacific Lutheran University
I am a psychiatric-mental health Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. Talk to me about integrated care for individuals with serious mental illness


Friday June 3, 2016 15:40 - 16:45
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

15:40

Paper Session 25 - Methodological Challenges for Motivation Research
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

Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jade Anderson

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 Interviewing, a novel approach based on critical realism. I recently co-authored a manual with Dr. Valery Chirkov entitled "Realist Interviewing: Componential and... Read More →
AM

Aikaterini Michou

Bilkent University


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

15:40

Paper Session 22 - Motivational Climate for Learning
Paper #1: Longitudinal effects of supportive versus controlling parental involvement on the development of self-esteem and affective well-being in children with learning disabilities
Sittipan Yotyodying (The University of Hagen), with Elke Wild, Malte Schwinger
Paper #2: Self-determination in College Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Phenomenological Study
Lori S Hepburn (Lamar University), with Jennifer T. Butcher
Paper #3: The effects of learning imagery under different motivational conditions on the psychomotor performance and well-being of novice dart-throwers: A self-determination perspective.
James W. Adie (Coventry University), with Luke Sage, Caroline J. Wakefield

Speakers
JW

James W. Adie

Coventry University
LS

Lori S Hepburn

Lamar University
SY

Sittipan Yotyodying

The University Of Hagen


Friday June 3, 2016 15:40 - 16:45
View Royal

15:40

Paper Session 23 - Relatedness and Intimacy
Paper #1: The role of autonomy support in the regulation of intimacy in romantic relationships
Geneviève A. Mageau (Université de Montréal), with Camille Letendre, Marie-Pier Allen , Valérie Lachance
Paper #2: Relatedness and Motivation in Digital Gaming: Examining the Effects of Physical and Virtual Touch
Christina M Frederick (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University), with Rachel Cunningham, Christopher Via , Jason Kring
Paper #3: Competing Relatedness Signals and Performance: It’s All About the Boss!
Kyle E Ingram (University of Greenwich), with Rebecca Hewett

Moderators
avatar for Geneviève A. Mageau

Geneviève A. Mageau

Université de Montréal
Genevieve A. Mageau studies autonomy support within hierarchical relationships, with a focus on parenting. She obtained her Ph.D. at the University of Quebec at Montreal, where she conducted motivational research with Prof. Robert J. Vallerand. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship on socialization at McGill University with Prof. Richard Koestner. She is now an associate professor at the Université de Montréal in Canada... Read More →

Speakers
CF

Christina Frederick

Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
KE

Kyle E Ingram

University Of Greenwich


Friday June 3, 2016 15:40 - 16:45
Carson Hall - Salon C

15:40

Paper Session 24 - Motivation to Learn a Second or Foreign Language
Paper #1: Motivational profiles, motivational changes: How quality of motivation develops across two years of elementary school
Quint Oga-Baldwin (Fukuoka University of Education), with Luke K. Fryer
Paper #2: The dynamics of teachers' autonomy support and students' self-determination throughout the second language course
Kimberly Noels ()
Paper #3: TBA
TBA ()

Moderators
avatar for Kim Noels

Kim Noels

Professor, University of Alberta
My research interests rest at the intersection of educational, cultural and social psychology, applied and sociolinguistics, and communication science, particularly as these disciplines pertain to intercultural relations and communication. One of my main lines of research concerns bilingualism and second language learning, with a focus on how the social context is linked people's experience of intrinsic and self-determined motivation, the process... Read More →

Speakers
QO

Quint Oga-Baldwin

Fukuoka University Of Education


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

16:50

16:50

The Integrating Self: New Insights from Neuroscience

Friday June 3, 2016 16:50 - 17:25
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

17:25

17:25

Aiming for the future in memory of the past: Understanding how memories of need satisfying and thwarting past events can direct all kind of future behavior
Speakers
avatar for Frederick L. Philippe

Frederick L. Philippe

Associate Professor, University of Quebec at Montreal
I study the motivational function of episodic and autobiographical memories and their integration in the conceptual self as applied to various life spheres: romantic relationships, work, health


Friday June 3, 2016 17:25 - 18:00
Empress - Crystal Ballroom
 
Saturday, June 4
 

08:00

Mindfulness Meditation
Volunteers

Saturday June 4, 2016 08:00 - 08:45
Lower Pavillion

08:00

09:00

SDT in Education
Speakers
avatar for Richard M. Ryan

Richard M. Ryan

SDT Co-Founder and Professor, Institute for Positive Psychology & Education, Australian Catholic University


Saturday June 4, 2016 09:00 - 09:35
Carson Hall - Salon C

09:00

SDT in Health and Health Care
Moderators
avatar for Cam Wild

Cam Wild

Professor, University of Alberta

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer La Guardia

Jennifer La Guardia

Motivation for Health, UCSB
Dr. Jennifer La Guardia received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Rochester under the supervision of Dr. Richard Ryan. She is a practicing clinical psychologist, research scientist, and educator with over 15 years of experience designing and implementing ‘live’, web-based, and mobile-health interventions to promote health behavior change, manage chronic illness, and improve personal well-being. She works... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 09:00 - 09:35
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

09:00

09:40

Advances in Education-Based SDT Research since the Rochester 2013 Conference
Speakers
avatar for Johnmarshall Reeve

Johnmarshall Reeve

Professor, Korea University
We design, implement, and evaluate autonomy-supportive interventions for teachers. We seek to discover the benefits (for students, for teachers) when teachers learn how to become more autonomy supportive and less controlling during instruction. We also focus on students--often on the quality of their classroom engagement.


Saturday June 4, 2016 09:40 - 10:15
Carson Hall - Salon C

09:40

10:15

Caregiving Motivation and Quality of Life of the Caregivers
Speakers
avatar for Youngmee Kim

Youngmee Kim

University of Miami
My research focuses on various aspects of quality of life of cancer survivors and their family members and close friends, such as psychological and spiritual adjustment, coping with caregiving stress, gender, relationship quality, cancer preventive behaviors, and co-experiences of cancer between adult patients/survivors and their adult family members/caregivers.


Saturday June 4, 2016 10:15 - 10:50
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

10:15

10:50

11:10

Paper Session 29 - Supporting Teachers' Motivation
Paper #1: the permanency and the abandonment of the teaching profession from the Hierarchical Model of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
Jorge Vergara (Universidad de Concepcin), with Milenko Del Valle
Paper #2: The consequences of job-related pressure for self-determined teaching and learning
Daniela Martinek (University of Salzburg, Austria), with Julia Maria Keller
Paper #3: Needs supporting environment and autonomous motivation in teaching of novice teachers: description of Kaye Induction Unit in Israel and research results
Haya Kaplan (Kaye Academic College of Education), with Lea Kozminsky

Speakers
HK

Haya Kaplan

Kaye Academic College Of Education
avatar for Daniela Martinek

Daniela Martinek

assistant professor, University of Salzburg
teacher education, autonomous teaching and learning environments
JV

Jorge Vergara

University of Concepción


Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Colwood

11:10

Paper Session 28 - Health and Physical Exercise
Paper #1: Expectations and early experiences with Healthy Living Centres – a focus group study
Eirik Abildsnes (University of Bergen), with Thomas Mildestvedt, Gro Beate Samdal , Tonje Holte Stea , Eivind Meland
Paper #2: The power of football: Using self-determination theory to promote health behavior change in the European Fans in Training (EuroFIT) project
Marlene N Silva (University of Lisbon, Faculty of Human Kinetics), with Jennifer LaGuardia, Pedro J. Teixeira , Cindy M. Gray , Kate Hunt , Chris Bunn , Sally Wyke
Paper #3: Effects of friendship quality on commitment to physical activity and subjective vitality of university students
Wai Cheong Eugene Chew (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University), with Ai Ying Jessica Koh

Moderators
avatar for Marlene N Silva

Marlene N Silva

Associate Researcher, University of Lisbon, Faculty of Human Kinetics
Motivational, self-regulatory and behavioral predictors of physical activity and weight control, applying self-determination theory to health behavior change interventions (in overweight adults). Motivation and training of health professionals, seeking to understand antecedents of need-supportive vs. controlling motivational practices are additional areas of interest.

Speakers
avatar for Eirik Abildsnes

Eirik Abildsnes

Postdoctor, University of Bergen
My research interests include behavioural change processes in different domains of healthcare services. More information is available at https://www.linkedin.com/in/eirik-abildsnes-11a9b77a
EC

Eugene Chew

Assistant Professor, National Institute Of Education, Nanyang Technological University


Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Empress - Rattenbury A (Balmoral)

11:10

Paper Session 32 - Public Health
Paper #1: Patient Experiences of Autonomy and Coercion While Receiving Legal Leverage in Forensic Assertive Community Treatment
J. Steven Lamberti (University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry), with Ann Russ, Catherine Cerruli , Robert L. Weisman , David Jacobowitz , Geoffrey C. Williams
Paper #2: A population-based investigation of the use of compulsory addiction treatment
Karen Urbanoski (University of Victoria), with Chris Kenaszchuk, T. Cameron Wild
Paper #3: Social Control and Coercion in Addiction Treatment: Client and Provider Perspectives
T. Cameron Wild (University of Alberta), with Elaine Hyshka, Sara Komarnisky , Karen Urbanoski

Moderators
avatar for Cam Wild

Cam Wild

Professor, University of Alberta

Speakers
JS

J. Steven Lamberti

University Of Rochester Medical Center, Department Of Psychiatry
avatar for Karen Urbanoski

Karen Urbanoski

Assistant Professor, University of Victoria
I draw from my training in epidemiology and behavioural research to study the social determinants of substance-related problems and addiction, and how these affect access to health care and addiction treatment. I'm particularly interested in the effectiveness and implications of coercion and compulsory addiction treatment. I study the ways people recover from substance problems both with and without treatment, and consider how insights... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

11:10

Paper Session 33 - Mobile Health
Paper #1: mHealth Solutions for Workplace Wellness: Taking Self-Determination Theory to Scale
Heather Patrick (Envolve PeopleCare)
Paper #2: Integrating Self-Determination Theory into a Large Mobile Health Behavioral Intervention Program: Examples from the National Cancer Institute’s Smokefree.gov Initiative
Erik M. Augustson (National Cancer Institute), with Heather Patrick, Kara Wiseman , Kisha Koa
Paper #3: Designing theory-based mHealth tools for weight loss maintenance: Testing Self-determination theory in the NoHoW Project
Marta M Marques (Faculty of Human Kinetics, University of Lisbon), with António L. Palmeira, James Stubbs , Sarah Scott , Berit L. Heitmann , Falko F. Sniehotta , Marcela Matos , Cláudia Ferreira , Cristiana Duarte , Lara Palmeira , Ciaran Clissman , Elina Mattila , Pasi Valkkynen , Mikka Ermes , Pedro J. Teixeira

Moderators
avatar for Heather Patrick

Heather Patrick

Senior Director, Applied Behavior Change Science, Envolve PeopleCare
Health behavior change interventions; mobile health/use of technology for interventions; scalable solutions for employee wellness and insurance offerings.

Speakers
EM

Erik M. Augustson

National Cancer Institute
avatar for Marta M. Marques

Marta M. Marques

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Faculty Of Human Kinetics, University Of Lisbon


Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Empress - Rattenbury B (Buckingham)

11:10

Paper Session 31 - Parental Involvement in Schools
Paper #1: Using a Multi-Informant Approach on Parental Behaviors for Predicting Adjustment
Catherine Ratelle (Université Laval), with Stéphane Duchesne, Frédéric Guay
Paper #2: Quantity or quality in learning – Which is the key variable for low-achievers’ school success?
Barbara Otto (Goethe University Frankfurt), with Giang-Nguyen T. Nguyen, Byron Havard

Moderators
avatar for Catherine Ratelle

Catherine Ratelle

Professor, Université Laval
Catherine Ratelle is a Professor of Counseling Psychology and Education at Laval University. She is also the Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair on Parenting and Academic and Vocational Trajectories and a member of the College of the Royal Society of Canada. She holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Quebec in Montreal and was a post-doctoral fellow in educational psychology at Laval University. Her research focuses on... Read More →

Speakers
BO

Barbara Otto

Goethe University Frankfurt


Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Carson Hall - Salon C

11:10

Paper Session 27 - Motivation Behind Migration and Transition
Paper #1: Motivating Newcomers: A Self-Determination Theory (SDT) Perspective
Gerard Beenen (California State University, Fullerton)
Paper #2: Individual differences in motivation for math depending on students’ migration status
Natalie Vannini (Goethe University), with Barbara Otto
Paper #3: How adaptive strategies affect college transition: A structural equation modeling analysis
Dena Swanson (University of Rochester), with Sule Yilmaz

Moderators
GB

Gerard Beenen

California State University, Fullerton

Speakers
DS

Dena Swanson

University Of Rochester
NV

Natalie Vannini

Goethe University


Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Sidney

11:10

Paper Session 30 - Applications of SDT in Local and National Social Program
Paper #1: Engaging in Physical Education (PE): Impact and mediation analysis of a legislative downgrade towards PE
Antonio L Palmeira (Universidade Lisboa and Un. Lusofona), with Eliana V. Carraça, Marlene N. Silva
Paper #2: The relationship between motivation and outcomes in developmental aid projects: Implications from an SDT-based approach in Kenya
Nobuo R. Sayanagi (Yamanashi Eiwa College), with Jiro Aikawa, Makiko Asaoka
Paper #3: Application of SDT in implementation of JICA’s technical cooperation program
Jiro Aikawa (Japan International Cooperation Agency), with Makiko Asaoka, Kumiko Shuto , Nobuo R. Sayanagi

Moderators
avatar for Antonio L. Palmeira

Antonio L. Palmeira

Executive Director ISBNPA, Universidade Lisboa, ISBNPA and U. Lusofona
Physical Activity, e- & mHealth, overweight, music and basketball

Speakers
JA

Jiro Aikawa

Japan International Cooperation Agency
avatar for Nobuo Sayanagi

Nobuo Sayanagi

Associate Professor, Yamanashi Eiwa College


Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
View Royal

12:15

12:15

Poster Session #2
Saturday June 4, 2016 12:15 - 14:15
Carson Hall - Salon A

14:15

Paper Session 34 - Need Support from Schools and Universities
Paper #1: Towards a high quality in learning outcomes: Accountability of SDT in universities
Betsy Ng (Nanyang Technological University)
Paper #2: School-based Trust, Motivation, and Achievement during the Middle Years
John E Boberg (The University of Texas at Arlington; The Episcopal School of Dallas), with Steve Bourgeois
Paper #3: Teacher Evaluation Methods and Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction: Undermining or Vitalizing?
Kenneth Whaley (Northwest University)
Paper #4: On the Importance of Students’ Perceptions of Need Support from Their University: Using Self-Determination Theory to Predict Psychological Wellness, Social Integration, and Physical Health
Christopher Niemiec (University of Rochester)

Speakers
avatar for Eric Boberg

Eric Boberg

Academic Dean, The University Of Texas At Arlington; The Episcopal School Of Dallas
I have been studying teacher and student motivation, including collective teacher efficacy, teacher organizational citizenship behaviors, student engagement, and how these mediating factors of student achievement relate to integrated transformational leadership. More recently, I have been examining the effects of incentivized learning environments. My recent work explores these relationships through a self-determination lens.
BN

Betsy Ng

Nanyang Technological University
CN

Christopher Niemiec

University Of Rochester
KW

Kenneth Whaley

Northwest University


Saturday June 4, 2016 14:15 - 15:50
Empress - Rattenbury B (Buckingham)

14:15

Paper Session 36 - Math and Science Education
Paper #1: Self-determination theory as a gateway for mathematics learning in rural high schools: A South African case
Duduzile Rosemary Mkhize (University of Johannesburg)
Paper #2: Fostering Inclusive Learning in Primary Science Education Emphasizing the Feeling of Competence, Social Relatedness and Autonomy
Eva Blumberg (University of Paderborn), with Theresa Fromme
Paper #3: Motivating the Academically Unmotivated in Mathematics: The Why and How
Woon Chia Liu (National Institute of Education, Singapore), with John Chee Keng Wang, Eng Guan Tay , G. A. D. Liem , Y. Nie , S. Chye , C. Chiu , Y. Hong

Moderators
WC

Woon Chia Liu

National Institute Of Education, Singapore

Speakers
EB

Eva Blumberg

University Of Paderborn
DR

Duduzile Rosemary Mkhize

University Of Johannesburg


Saturday June 4, 2016 14:15 - 15:50
Colwood 2

14:15

The CASIS Professional Development Program: The Cornerstone of Teachers’ Pedagogical Practices for Students’ Motivational Resources and Achievement
Limited Capacity filling up

Based on self-determination theory and in collaboration with educators and professionals from local school boards, we developed and implemented a professional development program, called CASIS, designed to improve teachers’ pedagogical practices to foster elementary students’ motivational resources and achievement. the five pedagogical practices targeted in CASIS are: collaboration, authentic activities, structure, involvement, and support for autonomy. the present workshop includes four learning units. Unit 1 provides a brief explanation of motivational resources and why they are important for children’s learning and achievement. Units 2 and 3 define the five pedagogical practices. Written case studies will be provided to ensure that all participants had a good understanding of the concepts. We will also illustrate each pedagogical practice with a series of videos featuring teachers and their students. Unit 4 will focus on participants’ own competencies in applying the pedagogical practices.
Learning Objectives:
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to ...
1) have a better knowledge of motivational resources relevant for students’ learning and achievement;
2) a better understanding of the five pedagogical practices;
3) use these practices effectively with their students.

Workshop Facilitators
FG

Frederic Guay

Laval University
Frédéric Guay is a Professor of Counseling Psychology and Education at Laval University as well as the Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair in Motivation, Persistence and Academic Success. He holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Quebec at Montreal and was a post-doctoral fellow at Laval University and a research fellow at the University of Western Sydney. His research program has been organized by... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Ratelle

Catherine Ratelle

Professor, Université Laval
Catherine Ratelle is a Professor of Counseling Psychology and Education at Laval University. She is also the Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair on Parenting and Academic and Vocational Trajectories and a member of the College of the Royal Society of Canada. She holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Quebec in Montreal and was a post-doctoral fellow in educational psychology at Laval University. Her research focuses on... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 14:15 - 15:50
Sidney

14:15

Facilitating Health Behavior Change: Understanding the Basic Framework of an SDT-Based Intervention
Limited Capacity seats available

SDT has shaped successful, cutting-edge healthcare interventions that help clients improve their psychological health as well as change their health behaviors (e.g., lose weight, improve diet and physical activity, quit smoking, reduce stress and increase vitality). We will discuss people’s reasons for wanting to change or not change their health behaviors and illustrate how these reasons map onto different motivations in the Self-determination Theory framework. Further we will explore the principle ways to support clients’ psychological needs to facilitate health and well-being in healthcare interventions.
Learning Objectives:
This workshop is designed to help you to ...
1. Recognize the different motives that drive people’s health behaviors
2. Discuss how different motives affect the initiation and maintenance of health behavior change.
3. Describe the basics of SDT motivational principles and the intervention framework

Workshop Facilitators
avatar for Jennifer La Guardia

Jennifer La Guardia

Motivation for Health, UCSB
Dr. Jennifer La Guardia received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Rochester under the supervision of Dr. Richard Ryan. She is a practicing clinical psychologist, research scientist, and educator with over 15 years of experience designing and implementing ‘live’, web-based, and mobile-health interventions to promote health behavior change, manage chronic illness, and improve personal well-being. She works... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 14:15 - 15:50
Empress - Rattenbury A (Balmoral)

14:15

Paper Session 35 - Face-to-Face Motivational Interventions in Health Context
Paper #1: An audit-and-feedback intervention to address hypertension, enhanced by motivational theories
Diane R. Lauver (University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing), with Edmond Ramly, Christie Bartels
Paper #2: Identifying Self-Determination Theory-Based Techniques Aimed at Promoting Autonomy, Competence, and Relatedness in Health Contexts
Pedro J Teixeira (Faculty of Human Kinetics, University of Lisbon), with Marlene N. Silva, Marta M. Marques , Eliana V. Carraça , Jennifer LaGuardia , Joan L. Duda , Michele S. Fortier , Leen Haerens , Chris Londsdale , David Markland , Nikos Ntoumanis , Heather Patrick , Johnmarshall Reeve , Simon J. Sebire , Martin Standage , Maarten M. Vansteenkiste , Geofrey C. Williams , Richard M. Ryan , Martin S. Hagger
Paper #3: A Discussion Prioritization Tool for Primary Care Visits
Marsha Nicole Wittink (University of Rochester School of Medicine), with Sule Yilmaz
Paper #4: Evaluating a complex intervention: Healthy Living Centres in Norway
Eivind Meland (University), with Gro B. Samdal, Thomas Mildestvedt , Eirik Abildsnes , Tonje H. Stea , Sveinung B. Stølevik

Moderators
avatar for Pedro J Teixeira

Pedro J Teixeira

Faculty Of Human Kinetics, University Of Lisbon

Speakers
DR

Diane R. Lauver

University Of Wisconsin-Madison School Of Nursing
EM

Eivind Meland

University
MW

Marsha Wittink

Medical Director, Assistant Professor, University of Rochester, School of Medicine
Dr. Wittink is Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine. A primary care physician with additional training in geriatrics and mental health, her research efforts focus on improving care for older adults with multiple chronic conditions and psychosocial needs. She has been awarded grants from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to develop strategies to elicit and incorporate patient priorities into care... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 14:15 - 15:50
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

14:15

How to apply SDT to parenting: Faber and Mazlish’s How-to Program and its long term effects on parents’ perceptions of their parenting, family functioning and children’s mental health
Limited Capacity seats available

Parents have a vast impact on their children’s development, adaptation and well-being (Masten & Shaffer, 2006). Although several studies have now shown that the optimal parenting style is authoritative (i.e., providing structure, acceptation and autonomy support), it is often challenging “to parent” in this way. in this workshop, we will present concrete skills from the parenting program “How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk” (Faber & Mazlish, 1980, 2000, 2010). This How-to Program is inspired by the humanistic child psychologist Haim Ginott (1922-1973), whose writings also inspired the operational definition of autonomy support. as such, it is highly coherent with the essence of autonomy support, and shows parents how to provide structure in a more autonomy-supportive way, while communicating unconditional regard (Joussemet, Mageau & Koestner, 2014). We will first present preliminary evidence for the effectiveness of this program over a one year period. Next, we will share ways in which parents may support their children’s basic needs:  when child feels distressed, doesn’t cooperate, misbehaves, could make decisions, does well, is stuck in a role. We will end by sharing our experience with implementing and evaluating this parenting program in grade schools.

Learning objectives:
By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

a) Better understand the basic principles of being autonomy-supportive; that is, to be empathic, descriptive and to encourage active participation (in decision making and problem solving);
b) Put concrete autonomy-supportive behaviors into practice, with a child or any other communication partner (e.g., by listening with an open and present attention, talking in a more respectful, non-evaluative way);
c) Introduce this materiel to parents and professionals working with children.
Ultimately, you may contribute to help children:
a) self-regulate in a flexible and mindful way;
b) identify their strengths but also what they feel, think, and wish;
c) accept themselves for who they are and grow accordingly.

Workshop Facilitators
MJ

Mireille Joussemet

University of Montreal
Mireille Joussemet received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2004 from McGill University, where she conducted research in human motivation with Prof. Richard Koestner, guided by her passion for children’s motivation, well-being and their social determinants. During her post-doctoral training with Prof. Richard Tremblay at the “Groupe de recherche sur l'inadaptation psychosociale chez l’enfant”, she gained experience... Read More →
avatar for Geneviève A. Mageau

Geneviève A. Mageau

Université de Montréal
Genevieve A. Mageau studies autonomy support within hierarchical relationships, with a focus on parenting. She obtained her Ph.D. at the University of Quebec at Montreal, where she conducted motivational research with Prof. Robert J. Vallerand. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship on socialization at McGill University with Prof. Richard Koestner. She is now an associate professor at the Université de Montréal in Canada... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 14:15 - 15:50
Saanich

15:50

16:10

Paper Session 40 - Teacher's Motivation
Paper #1: The Situation in School Questionnaire: A New Measure to Tap into Teachers’ Need-supportive Style
Johnny R. J. Fontaine (Ghent University), with Maarten Vansteenkiste, Johnmarshall Reeve , Johnny Fontaine , Jochen Delrue , Bart Soenens , Leen Haerens
Paper #2: Is Collective Trust a Condition for Relatedness and Self-Determined Behavior in Educational Settings?
Mark Garrison (D'Youville College), with Agnieszka Zak-Moskal
Paper #3: What motivates teachers and their students? The relationship between teachers’ motivation to teach, students’ motivation to learn, class room conditions and systemic conditions
Florian H. Müller (Universisty), with Almut E. Thomas
Paper #4: How and when support or thwart teachers the 3 basic needs of their students
Louise Klinge (Metropolitan University College)

Moderators
JR

Johnny R. J. Fontaine

Ghent University

Speakers
MG

Mark Garrison

Professor, Education Policy & Research, D'Youville College
avatar for Louise Klinge

Louise Klinge

Assistant professor and Ph.D., Metropolitan University College
My research is about teachers' relational competence and teacher-and-student relations in primary school. I am very interested in the conditions and presuppositions for teachers supporting or thwarting the psychological needs of their students.
FM

Florian Müller

University of Klagenfurt (Austria)
I am a member of the Institute of Instructional and School Development at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria. | My main research lies in the following areas: self-determined student and teacher motivation and their correlation, systemic approach of motivation, interest, learning and instruction, teacher professional development, teaching and learning in higher education. | My main practical activities are basic and advanced teacher... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
Empress - Rattenbury B (Buckingham)

16:10

The CASIS Professional Development Program: The Cornerstone of Teachers’ Pedagogical Practices for Students’ Motivational Resources and Achievement
Limited Capacity filling up

Based on self-determination theory and in collaboration with educators and professionals from local school boards, we developed and implemented a professional development program, called CASIS, designed to improve teachers’ pedagogical practices to foster elementary students’ motivational resources and achievement. the five pedagogical practices targeted in CASIS are: collaboration, authentic activities, structure, involvement, and support for autonomy. the present workshop includes four learning units. Unit 1 provides a brief explanation of motivational resources and why they are important for children’s learning and achievement. Units 2 and 3 define the five pedagogical practices. Written case studies will be provided to ensure that all participants had a good understanding of the concepts. We will also illustrate each pedagogical practice with a series of videos featuring teachers and their students. Unit 4 will focus on participants’ own competencies in applying the pedagogical practices.
Learning Objectives:
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to ...
1) have a better knowledge of motivational resources relevant for students’ learning and achievement;
2) a better understanding of the five pedagogical practices;
3) use these practices effectively with their students.

Workshop Facilitators
FG

Frederic Guay

Laval University
Frédéric Guay is a Professor of Counseling Psychology and Education at Laval University as well as the Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair in Motivation, Persistence and Academic Success. He holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Quebec at Montreal and was a post-doctoral fellow at Laval University and a research fellow at the University of Western Sydney. His research program has been organized by... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Ratelle

Catherine Ratelle

Professor, Université Laval
Catherine Ratelle is a Professor of Counseling Psychology and Education at Laval University. She is also the Chairholder of the Canada Research Chair on Parenting and Academic and Vocational Trajectories and a member of the College of the Royal Society of Canada. She holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Quebec in Montreal and was a post-doctoral fellow in educational psychology at Laval University. Her research focuses on... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
Sidney

16:10

Applying SDT Interventions: Health Research and Community Programs
Limited Capacity seats available

SDT has shaped successful, cutting-edge individual, group, and m-health interventions that help clients improve their psychological health as well as change their health behaviors (e.g., lose weight, improve diet and physical activity, quit smoking, reduce stress and increase vitality). We will discuss unique features and challenges in each of these applications. Further we will examine the translation of these applications to research and community based programs.
Learning Objectives:
This workshop is designed to help you to ...
1. Understand unique opportunities & challenges of applying the framework in individual, group, and m-health intervention modalities
2. Recognize considerations for translating the SDT framework into health research and community interventions

Workshop Facilitators
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Jennifer La Guardia

Motivation for Health, UCSB
Dr. Jennifer La Guardia received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Rochester under the supervision of Dr. Richard Ryan. She is a practicing clinical psychologist, research scientist, and educator with over 15 years of experience designing and implementing ‘live’, web-based, and mobile-health interventions to promote health behavior change, manage chronic illness, and improve personal well-being. She works... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
Empress - Rattenbury A (Balmoral)

16:10

Paper Session 37 - Health Adherence
Paper #1: Regulatory Motives For Physical Activity May Improve Mobility In Hiv-Infected Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
Krupa Shah (University of Rochester), with Zahraa Majeed, Yilmaz Yoruk , Donna Walck , Amneris E. Luque , Hongmei Yang , Richard Ryan
Paper #2: Dental Attendance, Putting Off Making a Dental Clinic Appointment, and Dental Health: The Role of Two Different Motivational Paths
Anne Elisabeth Münster Halvari (University of Oslo), with Hallgeir Halvari, Edward L. Deci
Paper #3: A need support intervention for couples weight loss
Theodore A Powers (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth), with Katelyn Gettens, Sanne Wortel , Jaime Foster , Erin Foster , Richard Koestner , Amy A. Gorin
Paper #4: Supporting psychological needs in an exercise referral scheme: messages from a pragmatic, mixed-method evaluation
Paula M Watson (Liverpool John Moores University), with Philip M. Wilson, David McIlroy , Rebecca C. Murphy

Moderators
avatar for Cam Wild

Cam Wild

Professor, University of Alberta

Speakers
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Theodore A Powers

University Of Massachusetts Dartmouth
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Krupa Shah

University Of Rochester
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Paula M Watson

Senior Lecturer in Exercise and Health Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University
I am interested in the application of self-determination theory to facilitate physical activity behaviour change, with a particular focus on GP exercise referral and child weight management programmes.


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

16:10

How to apply SDT to parenting: Faber and Mazlish’s How-to Program and its long term effects on parents’ perceptions of their parenting, family functioning and children’s mental health
Limited Capacity seats available

Parents have a vast impact on their children’s development, adaptation and well-being (Masten & Shaffer, 2006). Although several studies have now shown that the optimal parenting style is authoritative (i.e., providing structure, acceptation and autonomy support), it is often challenging “to parent” in this way. in this workshop, we will present concrete skills from the parenting program “How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk” (Faber & Mazlish, 1980, 2000, 2010). This How-to Program is inspired by the humanistic child psychologist Haim Ginott (1922-1973), whose writings also inspired the operational definition of autonomy support. as such, it is highly coherent with the essence of autonomy support, and shows parents how to provide structure in a more autonomy-supportive way, while communicating unconditional regard (Joussemet, Mageau & Koestner, 2014). We will first present preliminary evidence for the effectiveness of this program over a one year period. Next, we will share ways in which parents may support their children’s basic needs:  when child feels distressed, doesn’t cooperate, misbehaves, could make decisions, does well, is stuck in a role. We will end by sharing our experience with implementing and evaluating this parenting program in grade schools.

Learning objectives:
By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

a) Better understand the basic principles of being autonomy-supportive; that is, to be empathic, descriptive and to encourage active participation (in decision making and problem solving);
b) Put concrete autonomy-supportive behaviors into practice, with a child or any other communication partner (e.g., by listening with an open and present attention, talking in a more respectful, non-evaluative way);
c) Introduce this materiel to parents and professionals working with children.
Ultimately, you may contribute to help children:
a) self-regulate in a flexible and mindful way;
b) identify their strengths but also what they feel, think, and wish;
c) accept themselves for who they are and grow accordingly.

Workshop Facilitators
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Mireille Joussemet

University of Montreal
Mireille Joussemet received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2004 from McGill University, where she conducted research in human motivation with Prof. Richard Koestner, guided by her passion for children’s motivation, well-being and their social determinants. During her post-doctoral training with Prof. Richard Tremblay at the “Groupe de recherche sur l'inadaptation psychosociale chez l’enfant”, she gained experience... Read More →
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Geneviève A. Mageau

Université de Montréal
Genevieve A. Mageau studies autonomy support within hierarchical relationships, with a focus on parenting. She obtained her Ph.D. at the University of Quebec at Montreal, where she conducted motivational research with Prof. Robert J. Vallerand. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship on socialization at McGill University with Prof. Richard Koestner. She is now an associate professor at the Université de Montréal in Canada... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
Saanich

16:10

Paper Session 39 - Motherhood
Paper #1: Pink cloud or baby blues? A longitudinal study investigating the role of motivation and basic psychological need satisfaction in women’s psychosocial well-being during the transition to motherhood.
Katrijn Brenning (Ghent University), with Maarten Vansteenkiste, Bart Soenens
Paper #2: Explaining Introjected Motivation: Roles of Maternal Attachment Avoidance and Satisfaction of the Need for Relatedness
Patricia A Smiley (Pomona College), with D. Kyle Bond, Anthony Gomez , Jessica L. Borelli
Paper #3: Why am I a mother? How new mothers’ motivations help understand mothers’ and fathers’ adjustment to parenthood
Tamarha Pierce (Université Laval), with Joannie Pouliot, Malika Morisset-Bonapace , Francine de Montigny
Paper #4: Satisfaction of Basic Psychological Needs, Self-Determined Exercise Motivation, and Psychological Wellbeing in Mothers Exercising in Group-Based versus Individual-Based Contexts
Geoff P Lovell (University of the Sunshine Coast), with Marcus B. Mueller

Speakers
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Katrijn Brenning

Ghent University
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Geoff P Lovell

University Of The Sunshine Coast
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Tamarha Pierce

Université Laval
PA

Patricia A Smiley

Professor, Pomona College


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
View Royal

16:10

Discussion Panel: Sustainability and Nature Relatedness - SDT Perspectives and Solutions
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Frederick Grouzet

Frederick Grouzet

Associate Professor, University of Victoria
avatar for Tsuyoshi Sasaki

Tsuyoshi Sasaki

Associatite Professor, Tokyo University Of Marine Science And Technology
Aquatic marine environmental education for watershed and coastal community development
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Netta Weinstein

Cardiff University


Saturday June 4, 2016 16:10 - 17:45
Empress - Library Room

16:10

Paper Session 38 - Motivation and Need Support in the Context of Distant and Digital Relations
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

Moderators
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Silke Hertel

Heidelberg University

Speakers
avatar for Karin Weman Josefsson

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.
avatar for Elizabeth Kazakoff

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

18:00

Autonomy Support Interventions in Teaching - Group Discussion #1
Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Saturday June 4, 2016 18:00 - 19:00
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

18:00

Miscellaneous Interests - Group Discussion #6
Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Saturday June 4, 2016 18:00 - 19:00
Saanich

18:00

SDT in Health - Group Discussion #5
Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Saturday June 4, 2016 18:00 - 19:00
Empress - Rattenbury

18:00

Self and Identity - Group Discussion #4
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Saturday June 4, 2016 18:00 - 19:00
Empress - Rattenbury

18:00

Sport and Exercise, Physical Activity - Group Discussion #2
Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Saturday June 4, 2016 18:00 - 19:00
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

18:00

The Dark Side of SDT - Group Discussion #3
Moderators
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →

Saturday June 4, 2016 18:00 - 19:00
Empress - Palm Court

19:00

 
Sunday, June 5
 

08:30

Mindfulness Meditation
Moderators
Sunday June 5, 2016 08:30 - 09:20
Lower Pavillion
  • Presentation Type Fun

09:20

Paper Session 41 - Motivation and Personality
Paper #1: Engaging Product Reviewers: A Reviewer Experience Typology
Jill R Mosteller (Colorado State University, College of Business), with Charla Mathwick
Paper #2: Motives, causality orientation and self-regulation of student teachers
Ulrike Kipman (University), with Julia Maria Keller, Daniela Martinek
Paper #3: Intrinsic Motivation Moderates the Relationship between Extroversion and Proposal Behaviors in Sport
Chunxiao Li (The Hong Kong Institute of Education)
Paper #4: Profiling causality orientations: It is not just the relative strength, but the absolute strength as well
Boon San Coral Lim (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

Speakers
avatar for Ulrike Kipman

Ulrike Kipman

Professor, University
methods, statistics, problem solving
CL

Chunxiao Li

The Hong Kong Institute Of Education
BS

Boon San Coral Lim

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
JR

Jill R Mosteller

Colorado State University, College Of Business


Sunday June 5, 2016 09:20 - 10:50
Sidney

09:20

Paper Session 42 - Motivation Under Pressure
Paper #1: From "I love" to "I must" – The lived experiences of a professional equestrian coach about being in a severe burnout process
Marte Bentzen (The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences), with Marit Srensen, Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre
Paper #2: The Consequences of Promoting Achievement Goals using Autonomy Supportive and Controlling Practices in Class
Moti Benita (University of Haifa)
Paper #3: A self-determination theory perspective on academic fraud
Yaniv Kanat-Maymon (Interdisciplinary Center Herzlia), with Anat Shoshani, Guy Roth

Speakers
MB

Moti Benita

University Of Haifa
avatar for Marte Bentzen

Marte Bentzen

Associate Professor, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
YK

Yaniv Kanat-Maymon

Interdisciplinary Center Herzlia


Sunday June 5, 2016 09:20 - 10:50
Carson Hall - Salon C

09:20

Paper Session 43 - Recent Advances in the Study of Psychological Needs
Paper #1: Responsibility as a component of self-determination
Dmitry Leontiev (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow)
Paper #2: Benevolence: Could the need to do good to others be a basic psychological need?
Frank Martela (University of Helsinki)
Paper #3: How Need Balance is Regulated: Effects of Actual and Anticipated Need Thwarting
Laura B Thomas (Northumbria University), with Emily J. Oliver, Joanne Hudson
Paper #4: Self-Determination Theory and Social Work Practice
Michael A. Dover (Cleveland State U.)

Speakers
MA

Michael A. Dover

Cleveland State U.
DL

Dmitry Leontiev

National Research University Higher School Of Economics, Moscow
avatar for Frank Martela

Frank Martela

University Of Helsinki
Frank Martela is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki. He is most excited about intrinsic motivation, compassion, work engagement, eudaimonia, and meaning in life, which he explores both through psychological and philosophical methods. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Philosophy and Organizational Research from Aalto University, Finland in 2012.
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Laura B Thomas

Northumbria University


Sunday June 5, 2016 09:20 - 10:50
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

09:20

Paper Session 44 - Materialism and External Rewards
Paper #1: Former scholarship athletes like their sport less, even decades later: A lifelong undermining effect?
Arlen C. Moller (Illinois Institute of Technology), with Kennon M. Sheldon
Paper #2: The Adverse Effect of Materialism on Employee Engagement in China
Tian Xie (Wuhan University), with Ya Nan Shi, Jing Zhou
Paper #3: Money, Value and Needs – in the Light of Self-Determination Theory
Ib Ravn (Aarhus University)
Paper #4: Further Examining the Relations between Materialism and Employees’ Optimal Functioning: The Mediational Role of Need Satisfaction and Need Frustration
Wenceslao Unanue (Universidad Adolfo Ibaez), with Anja Van den Broeck, Wenceslao Unanue , Konrad Rempel

Speakers
avatar for Arlen Moller

Arlen Moller

Associate Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology
I'm interested things related to SDT, social and health psychology. Specific topics of recent interest include: financial incentives and the undermining effect, increasing physical activity, long term maintenance of health behavior changes, and just recently, community-police relations.
avatar for Ib Ravn

Ib Ravn

Associate Professor, Aarhus University
I teach SDT in the Master of Positive Psychology program at an Aarhus University campus in Copenhagen. I train corporate clients to do facilitated knowledge sharing based on SDT principles. I am a board member of a monetary reform group in Denmark, Gode Penge, that works for a reform of the banking and finance sector so that it will serve the real economy and human needs.
avatar for Wenceslao Unanue

Wenceslao Unanue

Assistant Professor, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez Business School
Assistant Professor and Director of the Graduate Diploma on Organizational Happiness (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile). PhD Economic Psychology and MSc Applied Social Psychology (University of Sussex, U.K.). BA Business and Economics (PUC, Chile); Commercial Engineering (PUC, Chile); MSc Economics (PUC, Chile); BA Psychology (PUC, Chile); Psychologist (PUC, Chile); Country representative, International Association for Research in Economic... Read More →
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Tian Xie

Wuhan University


Sunday June 5, 2016 09:20 - 10:50
View Royal

09:20

Paper Session 26 - Sport and Exercise
Paper #1: The Relatedness towards Teammates: An Exploratory Study of Individual and Team Sport Athletes
Chian Lit Khoon Zason (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University), with Lim Chen Ying Yolanda
Paper #2: Western Wellcat: A Self-Determined Exercise Intervention for College Students with Mood Disorders
Linda A Keeler (Western Washington University), with Brook Skidmore
Paper #3: From Gym-Space to the Workplace: A Study of Work Motivation Outlooks, Self-Control, and Affect Across the Contexts of Work and Athletic Endeavors.
Robert W Lion (Idaho State University), with Drea Zigarmi, Karen Appleby
Paper #4: 'It's like a personal motivator that you carried around wi' you': men's experiences of using pedometers to quantify and enhance their physical activity levels: Evidence from Football Fans in Training (FFIT)
Craig Donnachie (MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow), with Kate Hunt, Sally Wyke,

Speakers
avatar for Linda Keeler

Linda Keeler

Associate Professor, Sport and Exercise Psychology, Western Washington University
I am a certified sport and exercise psychology consultant and I am currently an Associate Professor at Western Washington University. My research interests include behavior change associated with physical activity and sport. Presently, I am directing a service/research program examining the effects of a self-determination theory-based exercise intervention for college students struggling with mental health concerns.
avatar for Robert W Lion

Robert W Lion

Assistant Professor, Idaho State University
Rob is an assistant professor of human resource development in the department of organizational learning and performance at Idaho State University. His research interests focus on individual and organizational performance dynamics, issues related to management accountability and decision-making, and the exploration and testing of popular culture’s myths and folklore concerning work. | | The research presented at the International... Read More →
avatar for Chian Zason

Chian Zason

Lecturer, National Institute Of Education, Nanyang Technological University
Zason Chian is currently a lecturer with at National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Zason’s main research & specialised areas include motivation in youth sport, character development in PE and sport, as well as psychological skills training for athletes.


Sunday June 5, 2016 09:20 - 10:50
Colwood

10:50

10:55

The Specificity Hypothesis : Evidence, implications and perspectives
Speakers
avatar for Julien Chanal

Julien Chanal

Senior Lecturer, University of Geneva
My domains of research are education and health-related physical activity. In education, advanced statistical methods allow me studying the differentiation of motivation across academic subjects in an innovative developmental perspective. Concerning physical activity, individual motivational trajectories and their determinants are studied by relying on newly developed methods. Finally, in a theoretical perspective I am interested in studying... Read More →


Sunday June 5, 2016 10:55 - 11:30
Empress - Crystal Ballroom

10:55

11:30

11:30

12:10

13:20

Q & A with Edward L. Deci and Richard M. Ryan
Speakers
avatar for Edward L. Deci

Edward L. Deci

SDT Co-Founder, Author, and Professor at the University of Rochester
avatar for Richard M. Ryan

Richard M. Ryan

SDT Co-Founder and Professor, Institute for Positive Psychology & Education, Australian Catholic University


Sunday June 5, 2016 13:20 - 15:00
Carson Hall - Salon C

15:00

Closing Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Valery Chirkov

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. Finally, I am writing on the philosophy and methodology of sociocultural psychological research. My recent publications are: | Fundamentals of... Read More →
avatar for Frederick Grouzet

Frederick Grouzet

Associate Professor, University of Victoria
avatar for Kim Noels

Kim Noels

Professor, University of Alberta
My research interests rest at the intersection of educational, cultural and social psychology, applied and sociolinguistics, and communication science, particularly as these disciplines pertain to intercultural relations and communication. One of my main lines of research concerns bilingualism and second language learning, with a focus on how the social context is linked people's experience of intrinsic and self-determined motivation, the process... Read More →
avatar for Cam Wild

Cam Wild

Professor, University of Alberta


Sunday June 5, 2016 15:00 - 15:20
Carson Hall - Salon C