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Cheating and motivation: An examination of the relationships among cheating behaviors, motivational goals, cognitive engagement, and perceptions of classroom goal structures.
Academic cheating was examined from a motivational perspective. Two constructs served as the basis for exploring relationships between cheating and intrinsic motivation: intrinsic motivation for cheating (the degree to ...
The teaching of communication skills to child care workers in two native American organizations and its effects on students /
(The University of Oklahoma., 1977)
The utility of phonic generalizations to selected science series /
(The University of Oklahoma., 1970)
The learning of semi-concrete and abstract materials by bright and retarded students /
(The University of Oklahoma., 1963)
Investigating Procrastination and Delay from a Self-regulated Learning Perspective
Previous research shows that academic procrastination is maladaptive and is associated with negative learning outcomes such as decreased self-regulation, motivation, and grades. However, some recent research suggests that ...
Assertion training with American Indians.
(The University of Oklahoma., 1979)