If Division 5 Members would like to submit their journal article information, please email to iaapdiv5 at gmail.com
Required Content: 1) Headline (e.g., "New Findings on Achievement Goals and Achievement"); 2) Article Title; 3) Abstract; 4) Citation Details (with DOI)
New Findings on Achievement Goals and Achievement Emotions
A theoretical model linking achievement goals to discrete achievement emotions is proposed. The model posits relations between the goals of the trichotomous achievement goal framework and 8 commonly experienced achievement emotions organized in a 2 (activity/outcome focus) × 2 (positive/negative valence) taxonomy. Two prospective studies tested the model in German and American college classrooms. The results were largely in line with the hypotheses. Mastery goals were positive predictors of enjoyment of learning, hope, and pride and were negative predictors of boredom and anger. Performance-approach goals were positive predictors of pride, whereas performance-avoidance goals were positive predictors of anxiety, hopelessness, and shame. The results were consistent across studies and robust when controlled for gender, GPA, social desirability, temperament, and competence expectancy. The research is discussed with regard to the underdeveloped literature on achievement emotions and with regard to the motivation and emotion research domains more broadly. Source: Pekrun, R., Elliot, A. J., & Maier, M. A. (2006). Achievement goals and discrete achievement emotions: A theoretical model and prospective test. Journal of Educational Psychology, 98, 583-597. doi: 10.1037/0022-0622.214.171.1243
All submissions will be peer reviewed by 2 reviewers (one being a member of the CEP Board, one being a non-CEP reviewer) and by the section Editor. All manuscripts will be expected to meet CEP’s standards for publication.
Author instructions and submission portal
(select ‘Special Issue’ in article type).
Submissions close: April 30th 2015
Enquiries can be directed to Andrew J. Martin: andrew.martin at unsw.edu.au