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CoSMo - Current Perspectives on the Future of Self-Regulation and Motivation Research: Honorary Symposium for Dr. Jacquelynne Eccles

July 25th-27th, 2022


With the conference title “CoSMo: Current perspectives on the future of self-regulation and motivation research,” we focus on some emerging “hot topics” in these fields: digitization, learning processes, and interventions. First, the ongoing advances in digitization enable new approaches in teaching as well as in research that can confirm, deepen, and expand previous findings on learning processes. However, does digitization transform motivation science or is it just another learning environment? The second focus of this conference is on the shift from a trait to a state perspective: Are learning analytics and big data analyses the new path to pursue? As a third hot topic, we aim for an open discussion on the question of what do we know after two decades of intervention studies? Furthermore, we press for some answers on a more general level: How will the three topics affect the way motivation science and self-regulation research intersect and how they differ? We envision lots of open discussions and insights–and perhaps some starting points for future collaborations. 

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Program & Posters

There will be several poster fairs during the conference where current research in Tübingen is supposed to be presented. If you work on a project related to the conference's focus you're welcome to present your research with a poster! Please indicate the (preliminary) title of your presentation in this document.​​​​​​​


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