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(p. 149) Positive Emotions in Education 

(p. 149) Positive Emotions in Education
(p. 149) Positive Emotions in Education

Reinhard Pekrun

, Thomas Goetz

, Wolfram Titz

, and Raymond P. Perry

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date: 21 September 2021

Chapter 8 explores positive emotions (such as hope or pride) in education. It outlines studies into the occurrence of positive academic emotions, measurement of positive academic emotions using the Academic Emotions Questionnaire (AEQ), the impact of positive emotions on students’ learning, self-regulation, and achievement, and cognitive and social origins of students’ positive emotions, including control-value theory.

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