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Jason A. Chen
Jason A. Chen
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, William & Mary
Dirección de correo verificada de email.wm.edu
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Reconceptualizing the sources of teaching self-efficacy: A critical review of emerging literature
DB Morris, EL Usher, JA Chen
Educational psychology review 29, 795-833, 2017
5762017
Social cognitive theory and mass media effects
F Pajares, A Prestin, JA Chen, RL Nabi
Handbook of media processes and effects, 2009
522*2009
Implicit theories of ability of Grade 6 science students: Relation to epistemological beliefs and academic motivation and achievement in science
JA Chen, F Pajares
Contemporary educational psychology 35 (1), 75-87, 2010
5172010
Profiles of the sources of science self-efficacy
JA Chen, EL Usher
Learning and Individual Differences 24, 11-21, 2013
3142013
Implicit theories, epistemic beliefs, and science motivation: a person-centered approach
JA Chen
Learning and Individual Differences 22, 724-735, 2012
1532012
Conceptual issues and assessment of implicit theories
M Lüftenegger, JA Chen
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2017
1192017
A multi-user virtual environment to support students' self-efficacy and interest in science: A latent growth model analysis
JA Chen, MS Tutwiler, SJ Metcalf, A Kamarainen
Learning and Instruction 41, 11-22, 2016
1162016
Studying technology-based strategies for enhancing motivation in mathematics
JR Star, JA Chen, MW Taylor, K Durkin, C Dede, T Chao
International Journal of STEM Education 1, 1-19, 2014
862014
Implicit theories of ability and self-efficacy
JA Chen, MS Tutwiler
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2017
802017
Using digital resources for motivation and engagement in learning mathematics: Reflections from teachers and students
T Chao, J Chen, JR Star, C Dede
Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education 2, 253-277, 2016
762016
Motivation and Beliefs about the Nature of Scientific Knowledge Within an Immersive Virtual Ecosystems Environment
JA Chen, SJ Metcalf, M Shane Tutwiler
Contemporary Educational Psychology 39 (112-123), 2014
682014
Focusing attention on beliefs about capability and knowledge in teachers’ professional development
M Tschannen-Moran, J Chen
Handbook of professional development in education: Successful models and …, 2014
622014
Do high-ability students disidentifiy with science? A descriptive study of U.S. ninth graders in 2009
L Andersen, JA Chen
Science Education, 2015
602015
Science teachers’ beliefs: Perceptions of efficacy and the nature of scientific knowledge and knowing
JA Chen, DB Morris, N Mansour
International Handbook of Research on Teachers’ Beliefs, 2015
522015
Mixed-reality simulations to build capacity for advocating for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the geosciences.
JA Chen, MS Tutwiler, JFL Jackson
Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 14 (4), 557, 2021
302021
Epistemic cognition and motivation
JA Chen, MM Barger
Handbook of epistemic cognition, 425-438, 2016
292016
A survey of school counselor multicultural education behaviors and the obstacles that impede them
C Merlin-Knoblich, JA Chen
Journal of School Counseling 16 (22), 1, 2018
262018
Technology-rich activities: One type does not motivate all
JA Chen, JR Star, C Dede, MS Tutwiler
Contemporary Educational Psychology 54, 153-170, 2018
222018
Advancing inclusion in the geosciences: An overview of the NSF-GOLD program
JR Posselt, J Chen, PG Dixon, JFL Jackson, R Kirsch, AM Nuñez, ...
Journal of Geoscience Education 67 (4), 313-319, 2019
212019
Using virtual environments to motivate students to pursue STEM careers: An expectancy-value model
JA Chen, C Dede, N Zap
Immersive environments, augmented realities, and virtual worlds: Assessing …, 2013
192013
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