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Motivation and self-regulation across the life span

著者: Jutta Heckhausen; Carol S Dweck
出版商: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
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In the last two decades, an approach to the study of motivation has emerged that focuses on specific cognitive and affective mediators of behavior, in contrast to more general traits or motives. This book adds to this process-oriented approach a developmental perspective. Critical elements of motivational systems can be specified and their interrelations understood by charting the origins and the developmental  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Jutta Heckhausen; Carol S Dweck
ISBN: 0521591767 9780521591768
OCLC号码: 37801327
注意: "Based on a conference entitled Life-Span Perspectives on Montivation and Control ... held in July 1995 at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin"--Pref.
描述: ix, 461 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
内容: Decomposing self-regulation and self-control: the volitional components inventory / Julius Kuhl and Arno Fuhrmann --
Developmental regulation in adulthood: selection and compensation via primary and secondary control / Jutta Heckhausen and Richard Schulz --
Development of regulatory focus: promotion and prevention as ways of living / E. Tory Higgins and Israela Silberman --
Commentary: human psychological needs and the issues of volition, control, and outcome focus / Richard M. Ryan --
Social motivation and perceived responsibility in others: attributions and behavior of African American boys labeled as aggressive / Sandra Graham --
The multidimensional nature of control: implications for the development of sex differences in self-evaluation / Eva M. Pomerantz and Diane N. Ruble --
The functional regulation of adolescent dating relationships and sexual behavior: an interaction of goals, strategies, and situations / Nancy Cantor and Catherine A. Sanderson --
Commentary: strategies for studying social influences on motivation / Ellen A. Skinner --
Ruminative coping with depression / Susan Nolen-Hoeksema --
The development of early self-conceptions: their relevance for motivational processes / Carol S. Dweck --
Sociocultural influences on the development of children's action-control beliefs / Todd D. Little --
Commentary: self-regulation, motivation, and developmental psychopathology / John R. Weisz --
A life-span approach to social motivation / Laura L. Carstensen --
Maintaining self-integrity and efficacy through adulthood and later life: the adaptive functions of assimilative persistence and accommodative flexibility / Jochen Brandtstädter, Klaus Rothermund, and Ulrich Schmitz / The willfull pursuit of identity / Peter M. Gollwitzer and Oliver Kirchhof / Commentary: motivation and self-regulation in adult development / Richard Schulz.
责任: edited by Jutta Heckhausen and Carol S. Dweck.
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In the last two decades, an approach to the study of motivation has emerged that focuses on specific cognitive and affective mediators of behavior, in contrast to more general traits or motives. This book adds to this process-oriented approach a developmental perspective. Critical elements of motivational systems can be specified and their interrelations understood by charting the origins and the developmental course of motivational processes. Moreover, a process-oriented approach helps to identify critical transitions and effective developmental interventions.

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