SELF 2017 - Full Program

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*Please note that this program is a draft, accurate as of 21.08.2017 and is subject to change without notice.

MON, 25 SEP 2017

Room & Time Title Description
4:00 Registration Open  
5:00-8:00 Welcome Receiption & Shavelson  

TUE 26 SEP 2017

Room & Time Title Description
9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speaker 1
PROFESSOR ROY F. BAUMEISTER
What is The Self?
 
10:00 - 10:30 Morning Tea  
   
10:30 - 12:00  
     
Cathedral Hall
Workshop 1
Dr Suzy Green and Dr Jo Mitchell Creating Flourishing Lives:  The Utilisation of Positive Psychology for Proactive Personal Growth
     
Room 2.21 A
Symposium 1
Christoph Niepel/Jiesi Guo/Friederike Helm/A. Katrin Arens, Discussant: Herb Marsh Advances in research on the generalized internal/external frame of reference (GI/E) model
     
Room 2.21 B
Symposium 2
Philip D Parker/Michell Forster/Baljinder Sahdra/Alexander S. Yeung/Janet Mooney, Chair & Discussant: Janet Mooney Stories of Indigenous Socioeconomic Success - ACIT Symposium. Stories of Indigenous Australian Thriving (Part I)
     
Room 2.22
Oral Presentations 1
Engagement, flourishing, and wellbeing  
  Saleh Moradi Flourishing and prosocial behaviors: A multilevel investigation of national corruption level as a moderator
  Sophie Murphy Teacher Talk! The Power of Language and Listening
*Chair Neil Martin Motivation in a MOOC. How self-determination theory may help to optimise engagement.
  Ji Hae Lee Paper has been withdrawn from the program. Life Stress, Resilience, Psychological Acceptance, and Academic Engagement of College Students: A Moderated-Mediation Model
  Tan-Chyuan Chin, Daniel Loton, Kent Patrick, & Dianne Vella-Brodrick The Highs and Lows of Screen Time: Investigating relationships between leisure screen time and complex models of wellbeing in a large sample of Australian teens
     
Room 2.46
Oral Presentations 2
Emotions  
  Rob Brockman Emotion Regulation in Daily Life: The Role of Trait Need Satisfaction
*Chair Valerie Sotardi Academic Self-Efficacy, Evaluative Anxiety, and Achievement during the Transition to University
  Sachiko Nakamura How I see it: An Exploratory Study on Attributions and Emotions in L2 Learning
     
Room 2.48
Oral Presentations 3
Self in the adult context  
*Chair Remco Polman Time spend on Social Media (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat) does not influence body image perceptions in young adults
  Danilo Garcia Self-descriptions of LinkedIn Users in Different Social Situations
  Chitraporn Boonthanom Using mindfulness-based yoga program to enhance physical well-being in Thai older adults
  Tayebe Ziaei Sexual self-concept as the predictor of sexual function in married women in reproductive ages
 
12:00 - 2:00 Lunch / Poster Session  
2:00 - 3:00 Keynote Speaker 2
PROFESSOR MICHAEL A. HOGG
Identity Uncertainty’s Dark Side: Extremist Groups and Autocratic Leaders
 
   
3:00 - 3:30 Afternoon Tea  
   
3:30 - 5:00  
     
Cathedral Hall
Workshop 2
Dr Paul Atkins Creating Groups That Thrive: Building Cooperation Within and Between Selves
     
Room 2.21 A
Symposium 3
Theresa Dicke/Philip Parker/Herbert Marsh/Reinhard Pekrun, Diskussant: John Hattie Moving beyond critical scrutiny: Several (bold) attempts at challenging the validity of the BFLPE’s success story
     
Room 2.21 B
Symposium 4
Rhonda G. Craven/Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews/Anthony Dillon/Catherine J. Tikoft/Rhonda G. Craven, Chair & Discussant: Robert Brockman Stories of Indigenous Educational Success - ACIT Symposium. Stories of Indigenous Australian Thriving (Part II)
     
Room 2.22
Oral Presentations 4
Self-regulation and influences on learning  
  Steven Bourgeois Parenting Style, Self-Regulation, and Engagement: Assessing Four Dimensions of Engagement
  Sophie Butz New Ways in Fostering Self-Regulated Learning at University: Comparing a Web-Based Class to a Regular Attendance-Based Class
  Erika Spray Dispositions towards learning: Management of regulation and management of complexity.
*Chair John Boberg The Undermining Effects of Incentives and Controlled Motivation on Student Trust, Emotional Engagement, and Reading Achievement in Preteens
     
Room 2.46
Oral Presentations 5
Social and Dimensional Comparisons  
  Kate Xu Paper withdrawn from program Explaining the relationship of actual and perceived academic competency and achievement motivation: the Generalised Internal/External Frame of Reference Model of academic self-concept
  Wuri Prasetyawati Exploring Social comparison and Achievement Motivation among College Students based on University Rank in Indonesia
  Jens Moeller Social and dimensional comparison effects on math and reading self-concepts of elementary school children
*Chair Rebecca Schneider Better than my classmates? Better than in mathematics? - Social and dimensional comparisons in elementary school students’ self-concept formation
     
Room 2.48
Oral Presentations 6
Science self-concept  
  Wanasinghe Chandrasena Investigation of The Relations of Students’ Physics Self-Concepts on Mechanics, Electricity, Waves, Pressure, Force, Energy-Work, and Power with Their Achievements
  Munirah Shaik Kadir Do the cognitive and affective components of science self-concept predict the same science learning outcomes?
*Chair Elisa Oppermann The influence of preschool teachers’ science self-efficacy beliefs on girls’ and boys’ early science motivation
  Wanasinghe Chandrasena Relations of Students’ Biology Self-Concepts and Motivation with Their Achievement and Misconceptions
     
5:00 - 6:00 Keynote Speaker 3
PROFESSOR MICHAEL L. WEHMEYER
Strengths-Based Approaches to Disability: Self-Determination and Autonomy-Supportive Interventions to Empower People with Disability
 
     
6:00 - 9:00 Fireside Chat @ ACU North Cafe  

WED, 27 SEP 2017

Room & Time Title Description
9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speaker 4
PROFESSOR REINHARD PEKRUN
Achievement Emotions: The Role of Self-Concept and Cognitive Appraisals
 
10:00 - 10:30 Morning Tea  
 
10:30 - 12:00  
 
Cathedral Hall
Workshop 3
Dr Michael Cavanagh Building Resilience in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World: A Systems Approach to Personal, Team and Organisational Resilience
 
Room 2.21 B
Symposium 6
Michael Wehmeyer/Rebecca Vine Foggo/Danielle Ward/Amanda Webster, Chair & Diskussant: Rose Dixon Promoting Self-Determination for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
 
Room 2.22
Symposium 7
Toni Noble/Alexander S. YeungHelen McGrath PROSPER - An Organiser for Successful School-Based Implementation of the Principles of Positive Education
 
Room 2.46
Oral Presentations 7
Teacher student relationships  
  Aikaterini Michou Do teachers’ autonomy support and provision of structure prospectively predict students’ autonomous motivation?
*Chair Linda Primana Perception of epistemic authority as a moderator in the relationships between academic self-efficacy and student engagement
  Nils Machts Teachers' Judgments of Students' Achievement and Self-Concept with Consideration of Students' Over- and Underestimation: An Experiment.
 
Room 2.48
Oral Presentations 8
Intrinsic/Extrinsic Motivation  
*Chair Jennifer Archer The motivation and the achievement in English of Vietnamese university students: A study using the Expectancy-Value Model
  Julien Chanal Self-concept, Intrinsic Motivation, and Academic Achievement: Causal ordering in multiple school subjects and at the academic level.
  Quint Oga-Baldwin Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations to learn English in Japanese Elementary Schools: Latent subgroup and gender differences
  Luke K. Fryer Adjusting to the extrinsic reality of Junior High School: Longitudinal person-centred changes in value for math, native and foreign language subjects.
 
12:00 - 2:00 Lunch / Poster Session  
2:00 - 3:00 Keynote Speaker 5
PROFESSOR STUART J.H. BIDDLE
Do We Need Motivation to Sit Less?
 
 
3:00 - 3:30 Afternoon Tea  
 
3:30 - 5:00  
 
Cathedral Hall
Workshop 4
Dr Louise Hayes DNA-v: A Developmental Model of Acceptance, Mindfulness and Positive Psychology
 
Room 2.21 A
Symposium 8
Paul Richardson/Burkhard Gniewosz/Helen Watt/Tim Powers, Chair: V. Darleen Opfer, Discussant: Philip Parker Motivations for Work and Career
 
Room 2.21 B
Symposium 9
Johanna Fleckenstein/Christin Lotz/Katharina Kriegbaum /Jens Möller, Chair: Katharina Kriegbaum, Discussant: John Hattie Motivation as Determinant and Consequence of School Achievement
 
Room 2.22
Oral Presentations 9
SDT  in specific contexts  
  Tim Patston Positive Psychology, Self-Determination, Creativity - what's the link? Creative Education in a school setting.
  Paul Evans Motivation, Engagement, and Performance in Elite Musical Training
*Chair Tamara Gordeeva Self-esteem Motivation: Examining its Benefits and Costs in Academic Domain
  Emma Bradshaw Expanding the circle of aspirations: Intrinsic value patterns relate to positive functioning when they centre on community giving
 

Room 2.46
Oral Presentations 10

Measurement development  
*Chair Maher Abu-hilal Full version vs. short version of SDQ-II: Internal/external frame of reference, does length of measures matter?
  Geetanjali Basarkod The Six Ways to Well-Being (SW-Web): A new measure of behaviours that reduce mental ill-health and promote well-being
  Maher Abu-hilal Factor structure of a short version of SDQ-II among Omani high school students
  Vijay Kumar The Test of Performance Strategies (TOPS 2): Development and validation of TOPS 2 short form
 
Room 2.48 SELF2017 PhD Award Presentations  
Winner Jiesi Guo The Relations Among Academic Motivation, Self-Concept, Aspirations and Choices: Integrating Expectancy-Value and Academic Self-Concept Theory
Highly Commended Stefano I. Di Domenico Medial Prefrontal Activity During Self-Other Judgments is Modulated by Relationship Need Fulfillment: An Optical Neuroimaging Study
Highly Commended  Paul Swan Manifestations of Empathy: Teacher-student relationships among Australian Primary Teachers
 
5:00 - 6:00 Shavelson Award Keynote (Speaker 6)
PROFESSOR EDWARD L. DECI
Autonomy as a Moderator of Psychological Phenomena
 

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THU, 28 SEP 2017

Room & Time Title Description
9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speaker 7
PROFESSOR JOHN HATTIE
The Self-Strategies That We Bring to Learning
 
10:00 - 10:30 Morning Tea  
 
10:30 - 12:00  
 
Cathedral Hall
Workshop 5
Prof Dianne Vella-Brodrick A Collaborative Approach to Measuring and Building Youth Well-Being in a Municipality
 
Room 2.21 A
Symposium 10
Justin Thomas/Adnan Al-Abed/Said Aldhafri/Marwa Alrajhi/Amal A. Al-Shabibi /Maher Abu-Hilal/McInerney, Discussant: Dennis McInerney Self and constructs related to self in the Arab culture
 
Room 2.48
Symposium 5
Marcus Horwood/Theresa Dicke/Diane Carroll/Philip Riley, Chair: Philip Riley/ Riley School Principals’ Diminishing Wellbeing: What Makes a Positive Difference?
 
Room 2.21 B
Oral Presentations 11
The role of personality in self research  
  Rod Lawn Understanding “Introverts” in a Context Where Extraversion is More Socially Desirable
  Danilo Garcia Dark Identity: Distinction between malevolent character traits through self-descriptive language
  Thomas Eberle and Zinaida Adelhardt Influence of long-term experiential learning and sailing adventure on teenage personality development
*Chair Michael Schuhen Economic, financial and purchase literacy
 
Room 2.22
Oral Presentations 12
Social relationships and purpose of life  
  Levi Brackman FOSTERING PURPOSE IN LIFE/MEANING IN LIFE, ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
*Chair David Beswick The general theory of cognitive motivation implies an infinite range of needs or motives for purpose and meaning in life – not just three or four basic needs.
  Emma Devine The Social Resources in Context Model
 
Room 2.46
Oral Presentations 13
Teachers' development   
*Chair V Darleen Opfer Personal Factors and Teacher Participation in ‘Effective Professional Development’: Results from TALIS 2013
  Marianne Turner Dilemmatic spaces and emergent professional identity: Creating a framework for developing and investigating pre-service teachers’ engagement with collaboration
  Frederic Guay When Practice meets Theory: Evaluation of a Professional Development Program Based on Self-Determination Theory for Inservice and Preservice Elementary School Teachers
  Chris Lonsdale An Internet-supported School Physical Activity Intervention in Low Socio-economic Status Communities: Results from the Activity and Motivation in Physical EDucation (AMPED) Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial
 
12:00 - 2:00 Lunch / Poster Session  
2:00 - 3:00 Keynote Speaker 8
PROFESSOR KATARIINA SALMELA-ARO
Towards a New Science of Academic Engagement
 
 
3:00 - 3:30 Afternoon Tea  
 
3:30 - 5:00  
 
Cathedral Hall  -  
 
Room 2.21 A
Symposium 11
Chika Eze/Rosemary Okoli/Alice Nzangi /Chika Eze/ Children’s self-efficacy: The hope of 21st century for transforming lives and communities
 
Room 2.21 B
Symposium 12
Dennis Dreiskaemper/Lisa M Barnett/Maike Tietjens/Till Utesch/Marie-Christine Ghanbari, Chair: Bernd Strauß & Maike Tietjens Measurements and Correlates of Physical Self Concept  and Motor Performance in childhood
 
Room 2.22
Oral Presentations 14
Self-beliefs and self-perceptions as determinants of outcomes  
  James Conigrave The benefits of believing you can change: Growth mindset weakens the links between self-esteem and negative outcomes.
  Ian Llenares Self-Esteem, Social Support, Personality Traits as Predictors of Hope: Millenial Perspectives
*Chair Kit-tai Hau Self-Beliefs, Family Background and Academic Achievement: Variations across Grade Levels and Academic Disciplines
 
Room 2.46
Oral Presentations 15
Workplace wellbeing  
  Horst Zeinz Teachers´ Implicit Theories as Fundamental to Teaching and Job Satisfaction. A Comparison between Germany and Japan.
*Chair Gavin Slemp Perceived autonomy supportive leadership in workplaces: A meta-analytic review
  Rafael Calvo Participatory design in the development of a workplace mental health mobile app
  Saleh Moradi Unethical pro-organizational behavior and flourishing: An investigation of why, how, and under what circumstances
 
Room 2.48
Oral Presentations 16
Parental influence in an educational context  
  Daniel Loton Strength-Based Parenting and Academic Achievement: The mediating effect of perseverance and engagement
*Chair Catherine Ratelle Parental Psychological Need Support as a Predictor of Student Achievement: Untangling the Role of Sources of Evaluation and Parental Constructs
  Sittipan Yotyodying Linking university students’ retrospective perceptions of parents’ provision of autonomy-supportive academic structure during high school to their current academic competence and well-being
  Jasper Duineveld The Link between Perceived Maternal and Paternal Autonomy Support and Adolescent Well-Being across Three Major Educational Transitions
 
5:00 - 6:00 Conference Closing