2004  2nd International Conference

Overview 2nd Conference Symposia 2nd conference participants



Friday, May 21, 2004

Opening Talk (9:00 – 9:45 am)

An Overview of Self-Determination Theory
Ryan, Richard M. & Deci, Edward L. — University of Rochester

Symposium 1 Social Context (9:45 – 10:45 am)
Chair Person: Richard M. Ryan — University of Rochester

The role of friends and intimate relationships in the social construction of self-determined and non self-determined motivation
Pelletier, Luc G. — University of Ottawa

Creating the social context: Internal mechanisms and social institutions
Grolnick, Wendy S. — Clark University

Two approaches to motivating others: What Self-Determination Theory practitioners can learn from social-cognitive practitioners (and vice versa)
Reeve, Johnmarshall — University of Iowa

Symposium 2 Physical Activity (11:00 – 12:00)
Chair Person: Martyn Standage — University of Bath

On the relationships among perceived environmental supportiveness, psychological need satisfaction and intrinsic motivation: A comparison of alternative models
Markland, David — University of Wales, Bangor

A longitudinal examination of motivation orientation and basic needs satisfaction in a sample of elite level swimmers
Treasure, Darren C. — Arizona State University

Changes over time in exercise motivation: Moderating effects of gender and exercise modality
Fortier, Michelle — University of Ottawa

Symposium 3A Education (2:15 – 3:30 pm)
Chair Person: Frédéric Guay — Université Laval

Providing a rationale to engage students in an uninteresting learning activity: A test of multiple models
Jang, Hyungshim — University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

The role of basic needs for the development of intrinsic motivation in university courses
Lewalter, Doris — Ben Gurion University

Investigating the underlying construct of academic self-regulation in Korean students
Kim, Ahyoung — Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea

Self-determined motivation to learn a second language: Contextual considerations
Noels, Kimberly — University of Alberta

Symposium 3B Health
Chair Person: Holly McGregor — University of Rochester

Motivational predictors of oral health change
Halvari, Hallgeir — Buskerud University College

Long term maintenance of life style change: A controlled study evaluating a method for individual motivation of change
Meland, Eivind E. — Section for General Practice, University of Bergen

A motivational analysis of how health care professionals, parents and friends contribute to adolescents’ dietary adherence and glycemic control
Senécal, Caroline — Université Laval

Self-determination and weight loss strategies, goals, and persistence
Patrick, Heather — Baylor College of Medecine

Symposium 4 (3:30 – 4:45 pm)
Chair Person: Kennon M. Sheldon — University of Missouri

My big fat multicultural identity: Internalization, integration and well-being among tri-cultural individuals
Koestner, Richard — McGill University

A multicomponent conceptualization of authenticity
Kernis, Mike — University of Georgia

Predicting retention and investment in the British Army: A Self-Determination Approach
Duda, Joan L. — University of Birmingham

The strivings for temperament accommodation and reflective goal formation as fundamental aspects of the need for autonomy: Evidence from schools and families across cultures
Assor, Avi — Ben Gurion University

Symposium 5 Organizations and Management (5:00 – 6:15 pm)
Chair Person: Chantale Lévesque — Southwest Missouri State University

Application of SDT to organizational research
Gagné, Marylène — Concordia University

SDT and persuasion: Intrinsic need satisfaction in the buyer-seller relationship
Baard, Paul — Fordham University

Motivational leadership and well-being: A Self-Determination Theory perspective
Blais , Marc R. — Université du Québec à Montréal

Applying SDT in a high technology, aviation environment: Successes and challenges
Frederick-Recascino, Christina — Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

The impact of motivational climate on conflictual interactions: An experimental approach
Hess , Ursula — Université du Québec à Montréal

Saturday, May 22, 2004

Opening Talk (9:00 – 9:45 am)
Chair Person: Edward L. Deci — University of Rochester

Toward a psychology of passion
Vallerand, Robert J. — Université du Québec à Montréal

Symposium 6 Health (9:45 – 11:00 am)
Chair Person: Céline M. Blanchard — University of Ottawa

Motivating tobacco cessation: Supporting autonomy and competence in a clinical trial
Williams, Goeffrey — University of Rochester

Motivation and stress in cancer care
Kim, Youngmee — American Cancer Society

Exploring the mind-set of social control for addictive behaviours
Wild, Cameron — University of Alberta

Being controlled by normative influences: Finding a silver lining with normative prevention approaches
Neighbors, Clayton — North Dakota State University

Symposium 7A Cross Cultural (11:15 – 12:15 pm)
Chair Person: Maarten Vansteenkiste — Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Cultural orientations and their relations to psychological needs and well-being: a S elf- De termination t heory account of the problem
Chirkov, Valery I. — University of Saskatchewan

When children’s interests are ignored: Experiments on the detrimental effects of autonomy suppression across cultures
Katz, Idit — Ben Gurion University

Self-determination and psycholinguistic development of linguistic minorities
Landry, Rodrigue — University of Moncton

Symposium 7B Physical Activity
Chair Person: Stéphane Perreault — Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

Psychological Need Satisfaction in Exercise Scale (PNSE)
Wilson, Philip M. — Brock University

Understanding and predicting participation in optional school physical education classes
Ntoumanis, Nikos — University of Birmingham

Achievement motivation and involvement in physical activity and sport
Thomassen, Tor Oskar — Finnmark College

Symposium 8A Relationships (2:30 – 3:30 pm)
Chair Person: Geneviève A. Mageau — McGill University

On the threshold of autonomous behavior regulation: The role of guilt and shame in the development of personal responsibility and self-determined motivation
Green-Demers , Isabelle — Université du Québec en Outaouais

The dynamics of emotion regulation: The impact of variability in need fulfillment across relationships
La Guardia, Jennifer G. — University of Waterloo

The effects of parental conditional regard and autonomy support on modes of emotion regulation
Roth, Guy — Ben Gurion University

Symposium 8B Education
Chair Person: Philippe Carré — Université Paris X – Nanterre

Predicting developmental and chronic types of career indecision: The role of neuroticism, self-efficacy, autonomy, and support from parents and friends
Guay, Frédéric — Université Laval

Developmental trajectories of academic motivation during the college transition
Ratelle, Catherine F. — Université Laval

Autonomy-support and children’s self-regulation
Joussemet , Mireille — Université de Montréal

Symposium 9 Mindfulness and Awareness (3:30 – 4:30 pm)
Chair Person: Gaëtan F. Losier — University of Moncton

Being as a basis for doing: The role of mindfulness in facilitating optimal self-regulation
Brown, Kirk Warren — University of Rochester

The effect of implicit motivation on daily self-determination: The moderating role of mindfulness
Lévesque, Chantal — Southwest Missouri State University

Autonomy and openness versus defensiveness
Hodgins, Holley S. — Skidmore College

Symposium 10 (4:45 – 5:45 pm)
Chair Person: Frederick M. E. Grouzet — University of Ottawa

The need for a need for security/safety
Kasser, Tim — Knox College

Response latencies as an indicator of the organismic valuing process
Sheldon, Kennon M. — University of Missouri

Self-determination and conflict in romantic relationships
Knee, C. Raymond — University of Houston

Closing Talk (5:45 – 6:30 pm)

SDT: Some future directions
Deci, Edward L. and Ryan, Richard M. — University of Rochester


Friday 12:00 – 2:15 pm

Session 1

Amiot, Catherine — University of Ottawa
The sense of self as an antecedent to the process of coping with change

Bagoien, Tor Egil — Nord-Trøndelag University College (HiNT)
Relations among self-determined motivation, perceived competence and involvement in physical activity

Boiché , Julie C.S. — Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble
Self-determination of motivation and learning behaviors in physical education

Canevello, Amy — University of Houston
Sweating the small stuff: Feelings of choice in reactions to stressful situations

Charbonneau , Marie-Eve — Université Laval
College student program changes: The role of self-determination, competence, relatedness and career indecision

Feinberg, Ofra — Ben Gurion University
S.D.T. as a basis for comprehensive school reform: Principles, description, and outcomes

Topciu, Raluca, A. & Friedman, Ron — University of Rochester
Facilitating Goal Attainment

Gauthier, Lysanne — Université Laval
The role of psychosocial factors in postnatal depressive symptomatology: A Self-Determination Theory

Hirata, Kenji — The Sanno Institute of Management
Devotion as an aspect of intrinsic work motivation

Kaplan, Haya — Ben Gurion University
Is autonomy really important for students? Evidence from a longitudinal study with children of high and low parental education Is

Kneezel, Teresa T. — University of California, Davis
Not just a reflection of parents: God as a source of support and nurturance

Lcroix, Chloé — Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Dissociating the frequency from the intensity of types of motivation in sport

Legault, Lisa S. — University of Ottawa
Academic amotivation among high school students: Assessing gender and grade-level differences

Majstorovic, Nebojsa — University of Ottawa
Relationships between level of academic self-determination and basic human values in high school students

Malheim, Jeremy, E. — North Dakota State University
Self-determination, contingent self-esteem, and risky sexual behavior

McMillan, Donna K. — St. Olaf College
Perspectives on meaning in everyday life: Does it make a difference?

Meland, Eivind E. — Section for General Practice, University of Bergen
The relationship between emotional distress, self-efficacy, and autonomous motivation in heart rehabilitation patients

Neyrinck, Bart B. — Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Work values and job satisfaction: A cross-cultural SDT perspective

Patry, Danielle A. — University of Ottawa
Autonomy support and self-determined motivation at school: A look at congruence among interest, value, and behavior

Perreault, Stéphane — Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
In search of the self-determination continuum

Ricard, Nathalie — University of Ottawa
The relationship between self-determined motivation, vitality, and behavioural difficulty on the self-regulation of behaviours

Sarrazin , Philippe — Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble
The impact of group’s self-determination on pupil’s motivation in physical education

Skjesol, Knut — Nord-Trøndelag University College (HiNT)
Motivational climate, achievement goals, perceived competence and adaptive and maladaptive self-regulation of physical activity

Zeldman, Allan — University of Rochester
Religious internalization

Tnaka, Kiho — Doshisha University
Autonomy support, psychological need satisfactions, and well-being at work

Jessey Bernstein— University of Rochester
Weekday, weekend and well-being

Saturday 12:15 – 2:30 pm

Session 2

Austin , Stéphanie — Université Laval
Development and validation of the Dietary Self-Care Motivation Scale for diabetic adolescents

Barch, Jon C. — University of Iowa
Volitional reliance and volitional compliance: Relationships, internalization and life in Japan

Beiswenger, Krista L. — Clark University
Parents’ perceptions of threat: Effects on parenting behavior

Boisvert , Nancy — Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Validation de la version francophone du Client Motivation for Therapy Scale (CMOTS) auprès d’une population clinique adulte

Chanal, Julien P.J. — Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble
“Teacher, I’m not as motivated as you think I am!” Self-fulfilling prophecy and self-verification

Cohen-Malayev, Maya — Ben Gurion University
The role of exploration in the internalization of religious beliefs: Integrating self-determination

Delisle, Marie-Noëlle — Université Laval
How self-concept and motivation are related: Comparing the Self-Determination Theory with the diathesis-stress model

Engle, Yuna E. — Engle, Knox College
Cultural orientations & autonomy: Positive outcomes of perceived autonomy support Among Danish, Korean, & American Students

Fernet, Claude — Université Laval
Motivation toward specific work tasks among elementary and high school teachers: Development and validation of the Work Tasks Motivation Scale for Teachers (WTMST)

Frivold, Anne Kristin Moen — Buskerud University College
Choice and its effect on intrinsic motivation, achievement and persistence in fear-of-failure dominated students

Julien, Etienne — Université Laval
A motivational model of adjustment to diabetes (type 2)

Kunter, Mareike — Max Planck Institute for Human Development Berlin
Highly structured classrooms and self-determination: Can effective classroom management support the development of domain-specific interest?

Landry, Renée — McGill University
Parental trust in children’s organismic development and the psychological well-being of first-time mothers

Lynch, Martin F. — University of Rochester
Does culture moderate the “need” for autonomy? The role of cultural self-construals and autonomy

Mamali, Catalin — Loras College
Motivational balance in the perspective of Self-Determination Theory

Moller, Arlen — University of Rochester
Self-determination & ego-depletion

Otis, Nancy — University of Ottawa
On the state and dynamic approaches of academic motivation

Price, Carrie — Clark University
Parent perceptions of threat: Effects on parenting behavior

Rubenfeld, Sara — University of Ottawa
Does self-regulated motivation to learn a second language influence acculturation?

Sauck, Christine C. — Clark University
Parent perceptions of threat: Effects on parenting behavior

Sheppard, Joanna — Brock University
Examining the impact of choice on children’s motivation in physical education classes

Stanek, Layla R. — Southwest Missouri State University
Enhancing intrinsic motivation towards academia and research through service-learning

Vansteenkiste, Maarten — Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Motivating learning, performance, persistance, and weight loss: The synergistic role of intrinsic motivation goal content in autonomy supportive context

Yelle, Martin — Université du Québec en Outaouais
Antecedents and consequences of self-determined academic motivation in a large sample of Quebec high school students

Szadejko, Krzysztof — Salesian University, Rome
Meaningful life and intrinsic motivation

Niemiec, Christopher P., Lynch, Martin F., Bernstein, Jessey — University of Rochester
The influence of self-regulatory styles in two adolescent age groups: A self-determination theory perspective on socialization