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Semaine
1
4 heures pour terminer

Week 1

The first module of this course begins with an introduction and overview of Self-Determination Theory (SDT). This includes a discussion of the basic and historical principles of SDT as well as definitions of key terms. Module 1 continues with an introduction to one of SDT’s mini-theories, Cognitive Evaluation Theory (CET) and the core concept of intrinsic motivation. The impact of rewards on intrinsic motivation and the role of intrinsic motivation in video gaming are also discussed. ...
6 vidéos (Total 54 min), 4 lectures, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
2: What is Motivation?10 min
3: Intrinsic Motivation10 min
4: Rewards & Intrinsic Motivation11 min
5: More Fun With Intrinsic Motivaton: The Example of Video Games8 min
6: Optional Bonus Video: An Organismic Perspective7 min
4 lectures
Lectures 1-3: Introduction to SDT & Intrinsic Motivation30 min
Lecture 4: Rewards & Intrinsic Motivation40 min
Lecture 5: More Fun with Intrinsic Motivation: The Example of Video Games40 min
Lecture 6 (optional): An Organismic Perspective20 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 1s
Semaine
2
4 heures pour terminer

Week 2

Week 2 focuses on two additional mini-theories within SDT: Organismic Integration Theory (OIT) and Basic Psychological Needs Theory (BPNT). The first four lectures in this module discuss OIT —describing the different types of motivation, organizing them along the continuum of relative autonomy, discussing what is meant by internalization, and describing the factors that facilitate and undermine autonomous motivation and internalization. Additionally, lectures in this module cover well-being and basic psychological needs theory (BPNT)—delving into what these basic needs are and providing evidence for their importance to well-being across cultures and in explaining day-to-day variations in happiness. ...
6 vidéos (Total 43 min), 6 lectures, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
8. Everyday Examples of Different Forms of Motivations9 min
9. How to Facilitate Autonomous Motivation and Internalization7 min
10. The impact of Internalization: Three Examples8 min
11. Well-being: An Introduction6 min
12. Universal Impact of Basic Psychological Needs on Well-being5 min
6 lectures
Lecture 7: Extrinsic Motivation & the Continuum of Relative Autonomy20 min
Lecture 8: Everyday Examples of Different Forms of Motivation20 min
Lecture 9: How to Facilitate Autonomous Motivation & Internalization10 min
Lecture 10: The Impact of Internalization: Three Examples20 min
Lecture 11: Well-Being: An Introduction20 min
Lecture 12: The Universal Impact of Basic Psychological Needs on Well-Beings
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 2s
Semaine
3
5 heures pour terminer

Week 3

Week 3 delves deeper into people’s well-being and life goals…examining what makes us happier from one day to the next. The second lecture in this module introduces Goal Contents Theory (GTC), or the impact of intrinsic and extrinsic life goals on well-being. These lectures focus on how the pursuit of goals like money, fame, and image is associated with poor well-being even when these goals are achieved. Lectures in this module also center on mindfulness and the role of awareness in cultivating autonomy and on vitality -- or the energy available to the self, a central component of well-being and the role of nature in supporting vitality. ...
6 vidéos (Total 48 min), 6 lectures, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
14. Life Goals and Happiness, Part I8 min
15. Life Goals and Happiness, Part II: Be Careful What You Wish For9 min
16. Life Goals and Happiness, Part III8 min
17. Mindfulness and Motivation6 min
18. Vitality & Nature8 min
6 lectures
Lecture 13: People’s Daily Variations in Well-Being30 min
Lecture 14: Life Goals & Happiness, Part I20 min
Lecture 15: Life Goals & Happiness, Part II30 min
Lecture 16: Life Goals & Happiness, Part III30 min
Lecture 17: Mindfulness & Motivation30 min
Lecture 18: Vitality & Nature30 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 3s
Semaine
4
4 heures pour terminer

Week 4

Module 4 focuses on the importance of basic psychological need fulfillment in several areas of life. The first lecture covers research demonstrating that doing good for others and contributing to one’s community are associated with greater well-being. The next lecture centers on one of the most important ingredients to well-being -- meaningful relationships and the fundamental importance of psychological need support to building quality relationships. Next, discussion turns to some of the most formative relations in one’s life -- the relation between parents and children. This lecture covers research demonstrating that need support from parents is associated with optimal growth and development in children. The next lecture focuses on the process of identity formation, or how one comes to understand and develop one’s identities, roles, and interests. Also, in this module, a lecture dedicated to the application of SDT to education. Specifically, this lecture covers the importance of motivation to learning and how teacher styles impact students’ motivation and learning outcomes. Finally, the last lecture examines work and organizations and discusses how need support from managers and the work environment impacts outcomes like retention, job satisfaction, corporate citizenship, and work engagement....
6 vidéos (Total 50 min), 6 lectures, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
20. Close Relationships7 min
21. Parenting and the Support of Autonomy in Development10 min
22. Identity Formation7 min
23. Education: Intrinsic Motivaton in the Classroom7 min
24. Work and Thriving: Facilitating Positive Engagement Using Self-Determination Theory9 min
6 lectures
Lecture 19: Pro-Social Behavior & Need Satisfaction30 min
Lecture 20: Close Relationships20 min
Lecture 21: Parenting & the Support of Autonomy in Development20 min
Lecture 22: Identity Formation20 min
Lecture 23: Education: Intrinsic Motivation in the Classroom30 min
Lecture 24: Working & Thriving20 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 4s
Semaine
5
4 heures pour terminer

Week 5

Module 5 focuses on the application of SDT in several different domains. The first lecture covers SDT’s application in the healthcare domain, including motivational predictors of weight loss, medication adherence, smoking cessation, and dental hygiene. The next lecture focuses on mental health and the importance of basic need support in psychotherapy, including examples of how therapists can support their clients’ needs. Next, we turn to the application of SDT to sports again including examples of research supporting the importance of autonomy support and how parents and coaches can facilitate athletes’ intrinsic motivation for sport. The next lecture discusses the ways in which culture influences people’s motivation and wellness and how culture acts as a pervasive influence on our need fulfillment. We continue to examine pervasive social influences in the following lecture by looking at the impacts of political and economic structures on motivation and need satisfactions…asking questions like how wealth disparities impact wellness. This will take us to our concluding lecture with final remarks on the importance of basic psychological need support in predicting quality motivation and positive outcomes. Last but not least, the final lecture provides practical takeaways to satisfy your own psychological needs. ...
6 vidéos (Total 44 min), 6 lectures, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
26. Motivation and Autonomy in Psychotherapy, Counseling, and Behavior Change6 min
27. Sports, Physical Activity and Coaching9 min
28. Basic Psychological Needs Across Cultures8 min
29. Basic Psychological Needs Across Economic and Political Systems6 min
30. Final Remarks3 min
6 lectures
Lecture 25: Supporting Health & Wellness: Research & Interventions Using Self-Determination Theory20 min
Lecture 26: Motivation & Autonomy in Psychotherapy, Counseling, & Behaviour Change30 min
Lecture 27: Sports, Physical Activity, & Coaching40 min
Lecture 28: Basic Psychological Needs Across Cultures30 min
Lecture 29: Basic Psychological Needs Across Economic & Political Systems30 min
Lecture 30: Closing Remarks10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 5s
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par VMMar 21st 2019

I thank the mentor wholeheartedly for explaining how motivation affects various facets of life. His style of explanation is engaging and helps in introspecting oneself thoroughly.

par CSMar 13th 2019

useful and simple introduction to SDT\n\nIt's also pretty motivating.

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Richard Ryan

Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry & Education
Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology

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The University of Rochester is one of the nation's leading private universities. Located in Rochester, N.Y., the University provides exceptional opportunities for interdisciplinary study and close collaboration with faculty through its unique cluster-based curriculum. Its College, School of Arts and Sciences, and Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are complemented by its Eastman School of Music, Simon School of Business, Warner School of Education, Laboratory for Laser Energetics, School of Medicine and Dentistry, School of Nursing, Eastman Institute for Oral Health, and the Memorial Art Gallery....

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