Assistant Professor Corwin Senko (Psychology) has published a new paper in Educational Psychologist, the American Psychological Association’s flagship journal for educational psychology. The paper is titled “Achievement goal theory at the crossroads: Old controversies, current challenges, and new directions” and is co-authored with Chris Hulleman (James Madison University) and Judy Harackiewicz (University of Wisconsin). The abstract is here.
Assistant Professor Corwin Senko (Psychology), with Kim Belmonte ’11g (Psychology) and Anastasyia Yakhkind ’10 (Psychology), have published a new paper on the motivational factors shaping students’ beliefs about which teacher qualities are most essential. The paper is titled “How students’ achievement goals shape their beliefs about effective teaching: A ‘Build-A-Professor’ study” and it appears in the British Journal of Educational Psychology. The abstract is here.