(1) Reeve, J., Jang, H., Hardre, P., & Omura, M. (2002). Providing a rationale in an autonomy-supportive way as a strategy to motivate others during an uninteresting activity. Motivation and Emotion, 26(3), 183-207. https://doi.org/10.1023/a:1021711629417
(2) Main purpose, predictions, or goal
(3) Research methods used (see list provided in Canvas)
(4) Main findings
(5) At least TWO key terms used in the article – define and include last names of researcher(s) associated with each term in the article
(6) Most potentially useful or interesting point made in the reading. This point can be personal or related to one of the assignments you’ll be working on during this course. EXPLAIN your thinking.
(7A) A criticism, concern, or disagreement with, the work. Explain your point. Two sentences at least. Move past obvious criticisms and focus on an issue that is relevant to this specific study.
(7B) Is this article describing WEIRD research? Explain.
(8) A question that you have about the reading. Explain your point. Two sentences at least. To show advanced mastery, you must pose a tentative answer to your own question.
(9) Describe a connection, insight or epiphany you see between the article you are annotating and another article you have read and annotated (include citation). This connection can also contain an evaluation or question. Connect the article to one of the three below.
Patall, E. A. (2013). Constructing motivation through choice, interest, and interestingness. Journal of Educational Psychology, 105(2), 522-534. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0030307
Wilde, M., Basten, M., Großmann, N., Haunhorst, D., Desch, I., Strüber, M., & Randler, C. (2018). The (non-)benefit of choosing: If you get what you want it is not important that you chose it. Motivation and Emotion, 42(3), 348-359. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11031-018-9675-5
DeAngelis, T. (2004). Too many choices? Today’s abundance of consumer options can stall our decision-making and even wear away our well being. PsycEXTRA Dataset. https://doi.org/10.1037/e373572004-033
Rosenberg, B. D., & Siegel, J. T. (2018). A 50-year review of psychological reactance theory: Do not read this article. Motivation Science, 4(4), 281-300. https://doi.org/10.1037/mot0000091
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