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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (8) : 1166-1173     DOI:
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A Social-Cognitive Approach to Motivational Contagion between Teacher and Student
CHAI Xiao-Yun;GONG Shao-Ying;DUAN Ting;ZHONG Liu;JIAO Yong-Qing
School of Psychology, Huazhong Normal University; Hubei Human Development and Mental Health Key Laboratory, Wuhan 430079, China
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Abstract  Motivational contagion between teacher and student refers to a process which motivational orientation spreads from teacher to student in the classroom setting. The occurring of motivational contagion is based on the students’ social perception when they perceive some clues from teachers’ behavior, emotion and classroom motivational climate. In the present researches, expectancy formation mode and instruction supportive mode explain potential processes of motivational contagion from a different perspective. On the basis of social cognitional perspective, the mechanism of motivation contagion model can be separated into two paths, which are unconscious, automatic goal contagion and conscious satisfaction of basic psychological demands. This mechanism model should be further verified. The future studies should concern generally as follow: (1) Extending ideas of researches through qualitative methods. (2) Focusing on the values of motivation contagion in culture and context variables etc. (3) Systematically research within reciprocal processes.
Keywords instruction      motivational contagion      goal contagion      self-determination theory      social cognition     
Corresponding Authors: GONG Shao-Ying   
Issue Date: 15 August 2011
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CHAI Xiao-Yun,GONG Shao-Ying,DUAN Ting, et al. A Social-Cognitive Approach to Motivational Contagion between Teacher and Student[J]. , 2011, 19(8): 1166-1173.
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