The Oxford Handbook of Human Motivation

Oxford University Press
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 15. Juli 2019
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  • 656 Seiten
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The field of human motivation has been undergoing a revolutionary shift in the 21st century. What new philosophical assumptions, motivational models, and empirical evidence have emerged? What does this look like in theory and in application? The Oxford Handbook of Human Motivation, Second Edition addresses these key advances made in the field since the previous edition, offering the latest insights from the top theorists and researchers of human motivation. The volume includes chapters on social learning theory, control theory, self-determination theory, terror management theory, and regulatory focus theory, while also presenting articles from leading scholars on phenomena such as ego-depletion, choice, curiosity, flow, implicit motives, and personal interests. A special section dedicated to goal research highlights achievement goals, goal attainment, goal pursuit and unconscious goals, and the goal orientation process across adulthood. This Handbook also provides practical research and guidance with sections on relationships and applications in areas such as psychotherapy, education, physical activity, sport, and work. By providing reviews of the most advanced work by the very best scholars in this field, The Oxford Handbook of Human Motivation, Second Edition represents an invaluable resource for both researchers and practitioners, as well as any student of human nature.
2. Auflage
  • Englisch
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978-0-19-066647-7 (9780190666477)
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Richard M. Ryan is Professor at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education at Australian Catholic University. He is a clinical psychologist and co-developer of self-determination theory, with over four hundred papers and books in the areas of human motivation, personality, and psychological well-being. He earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Rochester and B.A. in philosophy from the University of Connecticut. Ryan has lectured in hundreds of universities worldwide, received many distinguished career awards, held several editorial posts, consulted with numerous organizations, schools, and clinics, and served as an expert on health-care and education initiatives. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Educational Research Association, and the Society for Self and Identity to name a few, and is an Honorary Member of the German Psychological Society (DGP). He has also been a James McKeen Cattell and Leverhulme Fellow and a visiting scientist at the National Institute of Education in Singapore, the University of Bath, UK, and the Max Planck Institute, Berlin. Ryan is among the most cited and influential researchers in psychology and social sciences today, and many of his research papers have been cited in prominent media outlets such as the New York Times, Washington Post, Huffington Post, BBC News, and CNN.
PART ONE INTRODUCTION Chapter 1 Inside the Black Box: Motivational Science in the 21st Century Richard M. Ryan PART TWO GENERAL THEORIES OF HUMAN MOTIVATION Chapter 2 Social Cognitive Theory and Motivation Dale H. Schunk and Ellen L. Usher Chapter 3 A Self-Regulatory Viewpoint on Human Behavior Charles S. Carver and Michael F. Scheier Chapter 4 Regulatory Focus Theory and Research: Catching Up and Looking Forward After 20 Years Abigail A. Scholer, James F. M. Cornwell, and E. Tory Higgins Chapter 5 A Terror Management Theory Perspective on Human Motivation Tom Pyszczynski, Pelin Kesebir, and McKenzie Lockett Chapter 6 The Nature and the Conditions of Human Flourishing: Self-Determination Theory and Basic Psychological Needs Richard M. Ryan, William S. Ryan, Stefano I. Di Domenico, and Edward L. Deci PART THREE MOTIVATIONAL PROCESSES Chapter 7 Ego Depletion: Theory and Evidence Mark Muraven, Jacek Buczny, and Kyle F. Law Chapter 8 The Complex Role of Choice in Human Motivation and Functioning Erika A. Patall Chapter 9 Curiosity and Motivation Paul J. Silvia Chapter 10 Flow: The Experience of Intrinsic Motivation Jeanne Nakamura, Dwight C. K. Tse, and Shannon Shankland Chapter 11 Implicit-Explicit Motive Congruence and Moderating Factors Todd Thrash, Lena M. Wadsworth, Yoon Young Sim, Xiaoqing Wan, and Channing E. Everidge Chapter 12 Interest and Its Development K. Ann Renninger and Stephanie Su PART FOUR GOALS AND MOTIVATION Chapter 13 Achievement Goals Kou Murayama and Andrew J. Elliot Chapter 14 Goal Attainment Peter M. Gollwitzer and Gabriele Oettingen Chapter 15 Does Goal Pursuit Require Conscious Awareness? Ruud Custers, StefanVermeent, and Henk Aarts Chapter 16 On Gains and Losses, Means and Ends: Goal Orientation and Goal Focus Across Adulthood Alexandra M. Freund , Marie Hennecke, and Maida Mustafic PART FIVE MOTIVATION IN RELATIONSHIPS Chapter 17 The Five Pillars of Self-Enhancement and Self-Protection Constantine Sedikides and Mark D. Alicke Chapter 18 The Gendered Body Project: Sexual and Self-Objectification as Motivated and Motivating Processes Tomi-Ann Roberts and Patricia L. Waters Chapter 19 Relatedness Between Children and Parents: Implications for Motivation Eva M. Pomerantz, Cecilia Sin-Sze Cheung, and Lili Qin PART SIX BIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES Chapter 20 Motivational Neuroscience Johnmarshall Reeve and Woogul Lee Chapter 21 Advancing Issues in Motivation Intensity Research: Updated Insights from the Cardiovascular System Guido H. E. Gendolla, Rex A. Wright, and Michael Richter Chapter 22 Autonomous Motivation, Internalization, and the Integrative Self: A Self- Regulation Framework of Interacting Neuropsychological Systems Markus Quirin, Mattie Tops, and Julius Kuhl PART SEVEN MOTIVATION IN APPLICATION Chapter 23 Motivation in Psychotherapy Stefan Westermann, Martin grosse Holtforth, and Johannes Michalak Chapter 24 Motivation in Education Allan Wigfield, Lara Turci, Jenna Cambria, and Jacquelynne S. Eccles Chapter 25 Advances in Motivation in Exercise and Physical Activity Martin S. Hagger Chapter 26 Motivational Processes in Youth Sport and Physical Activity Maureen R. Weiss, Lindsay E. Kipp, and Sarah M. Espinoza Chapter 27 Work Motivation: Where do the Different Perspectives Lead Us? Anja Van den Broeck, Joseph Carpini, and James Diefendorff PART EIGHT EPILOGUE Chapter 28 Envisioning Progress and Perils: Musings on the Future of Motivation Research in a Rapidly Evolving World Richard M. Ryan and Emma L. Bradshaw
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