Poster Number Name Paper Title
PO1 Dr Zinaida Adelhardt Teenage Identity Construction and Impression Management in Social Networking Sites: Creativity and Deindividuation
PO2 Dr Said Aldhafri The Effectiveness of a Training Program Using Some Study Skills to Improve grade 10 Female Students' Genaral and Academic Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Oman
PO3 Dr Haitham Alkhateeb Self-concept in Preadolescent Palestinians
PO4 Dr John Boberg Do Reasons for Student Agentic Engagement Matter?: A Mixed-Methods Exploration of the Underlying Reasons Students Attempt to Influence Teachers
PO5 Dr Steven Bourgeois Parental Incentives, Self-Regulation, Engagement, and Mathematics Achievement
PO6 Ms Elaine Cai “I study because . . . my goal is to . . .” Elementary School Students’ Motivational Reasons Underlying Achievement Goals
PO7 Mr Jesus Camacho-Morles The Role of Achievement Emotions in the Collaborative Problem Solving Performance of Adolescents
PO8 Mrs Rachel Colla Hope Matters:  Unlocking Potential In Our Youth to Build a Thriving Future
PO9 Mr Olivier Elzingre Teenage Study Abroad experience - L2 Motivation and Identity Statuses
PO10 Mr Valentin Emslander Relationship Satisfaction: Establishing Measurement and Structural Invariance across Men with Gay and Straight Identity
PO11 Dr Chika Eze Spirit Possession and Adolescents’ Self-Concept: Counselling Intervention
PO12 Mrs Anna Fam Two patterns of choicework in situations of different subjective importance: self-involvement matters
PO13 Dr Angel Ford Examining a Conceptual Convergence of Generational Theory and Self-Determination Theory
PO14 Dr Luke K. Fryer Learning a new language is even better than you thought: A test and replication of self-efficacy transfer between native and foreign languages studies
PO15 Moved to Thursday Refer PO16 on Thursday 28/9
PO16 Dr Karla Hrbackova Self-Regulation of Behaviour in Primary and Secondary Schools Students
PO17 Dr Ryan Hulteen Associations between adolescent perceived motor competence and actual motor competence


Poster Number Name Paper Title
PO1 Ms Catherine Jones How can Self Determination Theory help us understand early childhood teacher job satisfaction?
PO2 Ms Michelle Kehoe Students’ and teachers’ perspectives of school-based restorative practices: “It’s got the power to change behaviour”
PO3 Dr Fumane Khanare Creative expressions of youth agency towards enabling and sustainable rural schools: An arts-based approach
PO4 Mr Vasily Kostenko Impossible Selves: Empirical Specification of H. Markus' Possible Selves Theory
PO5 Miss Caroline Leduc Self- management approach for COPD through the CIUSSS de l’Estrie-CHUS COPD telehomecare service : The role of self-determined motivation
PO6 Mrs Prisca Lee Contextual Differences in Students’ Self-Regulated Learning, Academic Emotions and Achievement
PO7 Dr Dmitry Leontiev The constructs of personhood in the developmental context
PO8 Dr Pey-yan Liou Grade Cohort and Gender Differences of Students’ Motivational Beliefs in Science Learning in Taiwan
PO9 Dr Hiroko Tomioka The Development of Arithmetic Competence Scale:Its Relation to Self-esteem and Motivation
PO10 Poster moved Refer PO17 Thursday 28/9
PO11 Ms Jennifer Meyer Personality and Domain-Specific Achievement in Secondary Education: The Mediating Effect of Interest in Mathematics and English as a Foreign Language
PO12 Dr Jo Mitchell MindMax: Fit Minds Kick Goals
PO13 Ms Lara Mossman Perceived Autonomy Supportive Coaching in Adolescent Sport: A Meta-Analysis
PO14 Miss Sukumarn Noklang Self-Efficacy as a Mediator in the Relationship between Role Model Exposure and Motivation
PO15 Dr Quint Oga-Baldwin The self in the walled garden: A theoretical review of motivation and engagement in the Japanese educational context
PO16 Miss Eibhlish O'Hara Physical Self-Perceptions of Low SES Specialist Sport Students
PO17 Mr Mathew Pfeiffer Enhancing Adolescent Self-Concept, Life Effectiveness and Locus of Control: The Immediate and Lasting Effects of Outdoor Adventure Education


Poster Number Name Paper Title
PO1 Ms Stacey Oliver Motivational and environmental factors contribute to incidental physical activity
PO2 Miss Parichat Pitisutti Lessons for Thailand from Non-cognitive Self-related Outcomes in PISA 2015
PO3 Dr Taren Sanders Neighbourhood Green Space and Children’s Enjoyment of Physical Activity: Evidence from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
PO4 Dr Ruth Schwarzenboeck Integration, Identity and Sport in the context of migration.
Possible effects of pedagogical sports opportunities using the example of the street football league buntkicktgut
PO5 Dr Jaimee Stuart Unraveling the associations between bullying, victimisation and self-regard over time
PO6 Dr Eliska Suchankova Innovative program for the development of metacognition of pre-school age children
PO7 Mr Witchaya Tiyapongphaphan A Structural Equation Model of Dyadic Relationships between Self-Efficacy in Teaching and Motivation to Teach of Mentor Teachers and Student Teachers
PO8 Withdrawn This paper has now been withdrawn
PO9 Ms Jitka Vaculikova An Investigation of Students´ Motivation to Pursue Higher Education at the Czech University
PO10 Dr Christopher White Re-patronage intentions in the performing arts: The role of Basic Psychological Needs
PO11 Miss Amy Yong Workplace well-being for all? Turning our lens to workers in low-skilled occupations.
PO12 Dr Sittipan Yotyodying Linking teachers’ pro-sociality to their professional well-being: The mediating role of teacher engagement in family-school partnerships
PO13 Mr Junlin Yu Social and Academic Achievement Goals Jointly Affect Boys’ Engagement at School
PO14 Miss Pingyan Zhou The Relationship between Resilience and Internet Addiction A Multiple Mediation Model through Peer Relationship and Depression
PO15 Dr Tayebe Ziaei Correlation between self-concept and sexual self-efficacy in blind and physically disable people
PO16 Dr Sindu George Self-efficacy of early career teachers: The criticism of unrealistic optimism revisited
PO17 Miss Hannah Macdougall Enhancing Adolescent Self-Concept, Life Effectiveness and Locus of Control: The Immediate and Lasting Effects of Outdoor Adventure Education