Jason A. Chen
Jason A. Chen
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, William & Mary
Verified email at email.wm.edu
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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
3442010
Social cognitive theory and mass media effects
F Pajares, A Prestin, JA Chen, RL Nabi
Handbook of media processes and effects, 2009
306*2009
Profiles of the sources of science self-efficacy
JA Chen, EL Usher
Learning and Individual Differences 24, 11-21, 2013
1692013
Reconceptualizing the sources of teaching self-efficacy: A critical review of emerging literature
DB Morris, EL Usher, JA Chen
Educational Psychology Review 29 (4), 795-833, 2017
1412017
Implicit theories, epistemic beliefs, and science motivation: a person-centered approach
JA Chen
Learning and Individual Differences 22, 724-735, 2012
992012
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
492016
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
402014
Conceptual issues and assessment of implicit theories.
M Lüftenegger, JA Chen
Zeitschrift für Psychologie 225 (2), 99, 2017
332017
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), 7, 2014
312014
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
282015
Do high-ability students disidentifiy with science? A descriptive study of U.S. ninth graders in 2009
L Andersen, JA Chen
Science Education, 2015
272015
Implicit theories of ability and self-efficacy
JA Chen, MS Tutwiler
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2017
262017
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 (3), 253-277, 2016
232016
Epistemic cognition and motivation
JA Chen, MM Barger
Handbook of epistemic cognition, 425-438, 2016
192016
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
192014
Technology-rich activities: One type does not motivate all
JA Chen, JR Star, C Dede, MS Tutwiler
Contemporary Educational Psychology 54, 153-170, 2018
122018
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
122013
Shifts in student motivation during usage of a multi-user virtual environment for ecosystem science
S Metcalf, J Chen, A Kamarainen, K Frumin, T Vickrey, T Grotzer, C Dede
International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments (IJVPLE …, 2014
112014
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), n22, 2018
82018
Applying Motivation Theory to the Design of Game-Based Learning Environments
JR Star, JA Chen, C Dede
Advances in Game-Based Learning, 83-91, 2015
82015
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