1999 Conference Book

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Handbook of Self-Determination Research:
Theoretical and Applied Issues

Reference: Deci, E. L., & Ryan, R. M. (Eds.), (2002). Handbook of self-determination research. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.
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PART I: Introduction

Chapter 1 An Overview of Self-Determination Theory
– Richard M. Ryan & Edward L. Deci

PART II: Theoretical Issues and Considerations

Chapter 2 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation: A Hierarchical Model
– Robert J. Vallerand & Catherine F. Ratelle

Chapter 3 The Self-Concordance Model of Healthy Goal-Striving: When Personal Goals Correctly Represent the Person
– Kennon M. Sheldon

Chapter 4 The Integrating Self and Conscious Experience
– Holley S. Hodgins & C. Raymond Knee

Chapter 5 Distinguishing Three Ways of Being Highly Motivated: A Closer Look at Introjection, Identification, and Intrinsic Motivation
– Richard Koestner & Gaëtan F. Losier

Chapter 6 Sketches for a Self-Determination Theory of Values
– Tim Kasser

Chapter 7 Self-Generated Changes in Intrinsic Motivation as a Function of Social Perception
– T. Cameron Wild & Michael E. Enzle

PART III: Self-Determination in Life Domains

Chapter 8 What Makes Parents Controlling?
– Wendy S. Grolnick & Nicholas H. Apostoleris

Chapter 9 Self-Determination Theory Applied to Educational Settings
– Johnmarshall Reeve

Chapter 10 A Motivational Analysis of Self-Determination for Pro-Environmental Behaviors
– Luc G. Pelletier

Chapter 11 Improving Patients’ Health Through Supporting the Autonomy of Patients and Providers
– Geoffrey C. Williams

Chapter 12 Intrinsic Need Satisfaction in Organizations: A Motivational Basis of Success in For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Settings
– Paul P. Baard

Chapter 13 Self-Determination Theory and Participation Motivation Research in the Sport and Exercise Domain
– Christina M. Frederick-Recascino

PART IV: Related Viewpoints

Chapter 14 The Relation of Perceived Control and Self-Determination in Coping
– Ellen Skinner & Kathleen Edge

Chapter 15 Distinguishing Between Secure and Fragile Forms of High Self-Esteem
– Michael H. Kernis & Andrew W. Paradise

Chapter 16 The Need for Competence
– Andrew J. Elliot, Holly A. McGregor, & Todd M. Thrash

Chapter 17 Three Views of the Agentic Self: A Developmental Synthesis
– Todd D. Little, Patricia H. Hawley, Christopher C.Henrich, & Katherine W. Marsland
Chapter 18 An Educational-Psychological Theory of Interest and its Relation to SDT
– Andreas Krapp

PART V: Concluding Comments

Chapter 19 Self-Determination Research: Reflections and Future Directions
– Edward L. Deci & Richard M. Ryan