Deadline for submission: March 17, 2019.
The Jacobs Foundation is pleased to announce the 2019 call for applications for its Research Fellowship Program.
The Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship Program is an internationally open, competitive fellowship program for early and mid-career researchers focusing on learning and development of children and youth.
Fellowships are awarded to the most highly talented and innovative early- and mid-career researchers working on child and youth development. Funds are awarded directly to the fellow’s institution and may be used over a three-year period to partially cover the fellow’s salary and for any activity supporting the fellow’s research, such as assistant salaries, equipment, technical assistance, professional travel, or trainee support.
Scholars who engage in interdisciplinary work on individual development and learning of children and youth, and who seek to combine multiple levels of analysis, are particularly encouraged to apply.
For further information and to submit an online application, please visit: Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship
Deadline for Submission: 1 March 2019
The Jacobs Foundation is seeking nominations for the 2019 Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize. The prize awards outstanding scientific contributions of individuals from all scholarly disciplines aiming at improving the development and living conditions of children and youth. This includes, but is not limited to, educational sciences, psychology, economics, sociology, family studies, media studies, political sciences, linguistics, neurosciences, computer sciences, and medical sciences.
The prize is endowed with 1 Mio. Swiss Francs, of which 900’000 Swiss Francs are for use in a research project and 100’000 Swiss Francs are for related costs, such as travel, networking, and dissemination. The prize has a global scope. It addresses scholars who have achieved major breakthroughs in understanding child and youth development and have the potential to advance the field by actively conducting research. Self-nominations cannot be accepted.
A Prize Jury, consisting of internationally renowned scientists, will choose the laureate from the pool of nominated candidates.
All documents pertaining to the nomination should be submitted online by 1 March 2019. To begin the online submission process, please visit Research Prize Nomination Form.
For more Information, please visit Jacobs Foundation Research Prize or contact the responsible program manager Gelgia Fetz (email@example.com).
Hello SIG Motivation Colleagues,
we are conducting a meta-analysis of the relation between goal structures and achievement goals. Although we have already conducted a rigorous search of this literature, unpublished studies can be especially difficult to retrieve.
Therefore, we are interested in receiving dissertations, conference presentations, or other unpublished work (master theses, manuscripts that are in preparation/in press) that
- a) investigated the relations between goal structures (classroom goal structures, goal structures referring to a specific subject or course at university/college) and achievement goals
- b) did not rely on a sample of one of your published studies and
- c) used survey methods (student ratings of goal structures and achievement goals; teacher ratings of goal structures and student ratings of achievement goals), observational methods, or intentionally manipulated goal structures (experiment; quasi-experiment, intervention study).
If you have or know of any such studies and are willing to share them, I would very much appreciate hearing from you. Please send all electronic documents to marko.lueftenegger€univie.ac.at by November 8, 2018. We will cite all qualifying studies in the manuscript and will send you a copy of the final paper. You may contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details. Thank you for any information you may be able to provide related to this project!
Dr. Marko Lüftenegger
Centre for Teacher Education
University of Vienna
International Conference on Motivation (ICM) 2020
The ICM 2020 will be held from Thursday 3.9. till Sunday 6.9.2020, preceded by the Summer School. The conference has one overlapping day with the conference of SIG16 (Metacognition), held from Sunday 6.9. – Tuesday 8.9.2020.
Place: Dresden, Germany (both the SIG8 and SIG16 conferences will be organised on the same location)
The Summer school for doctoral students will be held from: Monday 31.8. – Wednesday 2.9.2020.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Professor Martin Maehr. Professor Maehr on January 10, 2017, surrounded by his family. He will be remembered for his influential contributions to academia. Please visit http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/annarbor/obituary.aspx?n=martin-maehr&pid=183577943 to view his obituary and send condolences online.
56: Issue 3 (special issue):
Emerging trends and future directions for the field of motivation psychology: A special issue in honor of Prof. Dr. Willy Lens
Guest edited by Maarten Vansteenkiste & Athanasios Mouratidis
- Vansteenkiste, M., & Mouratidis, A: Emerging Trends and Future Directions for the Field of Motivation Psychology: A Special Issue in Honor of Prof. Dr. Willy Lens. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.354
- van der Kaap-Deeder, J. et al.: The Pursuit of Self-Esteem and Its Motivational Implications. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.277
- Chen, B. et al.: Where Do the Cultural Differences in Dynamics of Controlling Parenting Lie? Adolescents as Active Agents in the Perception of and Coping with Parental Behavior. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.306
- Cordeiro, P. et al.: The Portuguese Validation of the Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction and Frustration Scale: Concurrent and Longitudinal Relations to Well-being and Ill-being. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.252
- Husman, J., Hilpert, J. C., & Brem, S. K: Future Time Perspective Connectedness to a Career: The Contextual Effects of Classroom Knowledge Building. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.282
- Fryer, L. K. et al.: Understanding Students’ Instrumental Goals, Motivation Deficits and Achievement: Through the Lens of a Latent Profile Analysis. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.265
- Gaudreau, P., & Braaten, A: Achievement Goals and their Underlying Goal Motivation: Does it Matter Why Sport Participants Pursue their Goals?. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.266
- Michou, A. et al.: Building on the Enriched Hierarchical Model of Achievement Motivation: Autonomous and Controlling Reasons Underlying Mastery Goals. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.281
- Delrue, J. et al.: Intrapersonal Achievement Goals and Underlying Reasons among Long Distance Runners: Their Relation with Race Experience, Self-Talk, and Running Time. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.280
- Vansteenkiste, M., Fernandez, L., & Mouratidis, A: A Tribute to Dr. Willy Lens. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.355
*Picture of Willy Lens by Anja Van den Broeck (thank you!)