Emotions in Education
A Special Issue of educational Psychologist
First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 37, Number 2, 2002
Contents: P.A. Schutz, S.L. Lanehart, Emotions in Education: Guest Editors' Introduction. E.A. Linnenbrink, P.R. Pintrich, Achievement Goal Theory and Affect: An Asymmetrical Bi-Directional Model. J.E. Turner, J. Husman, D.L. Schallert, The Importance of Students' Goals in Their Emotional Experience of Academic Failure: Investigating the Precursors and Consequences of Shame. R. Pekrun, T. Goetz, W. Titz, R.P. Perry, Academic Emotions in Students' Self-Regulated Learning and Achievement: A Program of Qualitative and Quantitative Research. D.K. Meyer, J.C. Turner, Discovering Emotion in Classroom Motivation Research. K. deMarrais, K. Tisdale, What Happens When Researchers Inquire Into 'Difficult' Emotions?: Reflections on Studying Women's Anger Through Qualitative Interviews. P.A. Schutz, J.T. DeCuir, Inquiry on Emotions in Education.