Theory Driving Research:

New Wave Perspectives On Self-Processes And Human Development

Edited by:
Dennis M. McInerney, The Education University of Hong Kong
Herbert Marsh, University of Western Sydney
Rhonda G. Craven, University of Western Sydney
Frédéric Guay, Université Laval Québec

A volume in the series: International Advances in Self Research. Editor(s): Rhonda G. Craven, University of Western Sydney. Herbert Marsh, University of Western Sydney. Dennis M. McInerney, The Education University of Hong Kong.

Published 2013

Theory Driving Research: New wave perspectives on self-processes and human development provides a unique insight into self-processes from varied theoretical perspectives. The chapters in this volume develop avant-garde theoretical ideas to drive future, cutting-edge, empirical research and together, in one collected volume, make a valuable contribution to scholarly literature on self-processes. Among the themes covered are resurrecting the “I-self”, a re-look at the dichotomy between the I-self, and the Me-self based on James's analysis, the actualization of human potential, naturalizing and contextualizing the self, hypo-egoic states, personal proficiency networks, competition and performance relationships, achievement motivations, passion and optimal functioning in society, competence and self-worth threat, new interpretations of expectancy-value research, methodological advances in BFLPE research and multilevel models of student achievement motivation. This monograph, the fourth in the International Advances in Self Research monograph series, provides wealth of information on new theorizing and provides a platform for generating the next wave of research designed to understand the fundamental role self-processes play in human development.

CONTENTS
PREFACE. New directions in self development: Resurrecting the I-Self, Susan Harter. Hypoegoic States: What They Are, Why They Matter, and How They Occur, Mark R. Leary and Kate J. Diebels. The Role of Passion in Optimal Functioning in Society, Robert J. Vallerand and Noémie Carbonneau. Self-processes in Achievement Emotions: Perspectives of the Control-Value Theory, Reinhard Pekrun and Raymond P. Perry. Self-Determination Theory and Actualization of Human Potential. Edward L. Deci, Richard M. Ryan, and Frédéric Guay. The Competition-Performance Relation from the Perspective of the Opposing Processes Model, Kou Murayama and Andrew J. Elliot. Methodological Innovation in Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effect Research: Methodological-Substantive Synergy at Work, Marjorie Seaton and Herbert W. Marsh. Naturalizing and Contextualizing Self: Self-in-Action and Self-in-Reflection in Differential Development, David Yun Dai. High Value with Low Perceived Competence as an Amplifier of Self-Worth Threat, Jeesoo Lee, Minhye Lee, and Mimi Bong. Expectancy-Value Theory Revisited: From Expectancy-Value Theory to Expectancy-ValueS Theory, Ulrich Trautwein, Benjamin Nagengast, Herbert W. Marsh, Hanna Gaspard, Anna-Lena Dicke, Oliver Lüdtke, and Kathrin Jonkmann. The Personal Proficiency Network: Key Self-system Factors and Processes to Optimize Academic Development, Andrew J. Martin. Seeing the Forest Beyond the Trees: Adopting a Multilevel Perspective on Student Achievement Motivation. Ronnel B. King and Dennis M. McInerney.