Alicia Chodkiewicz

Alicia Chodkiewicz
University of Exeter | UoE · The Graduate School of Education

Doctor of Philosophy

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4 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
July 2013 - December 2013
Monash University (Australia)
Position
  • Research Assistant

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Publications (9)
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The role of affective and cognitive factors in learning have long since been recognised as imperative determinants of the learning process. Maladaptive styles with which we perceive and explain accomplishments and failures in achievement outcomes have important motivational impact upon approach and avoidance behaviours towards academic tasks. Inter...
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An increased focus on youth development has led to an understanding of the importance of the wellbeing, resilience and mental health of children and young people. As a result there is a growing body of research, especially over the last two decades, which increasingly recognises the complexities of learning and development across the years spent at...
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This study piloted an intervention using attribution retraining and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to promote positive learning experiences and outcomes for students. This research is an important step to revitalise the dwindling field of attribution retraining research by assessing whether these techniques effectively improve student lear...
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An increased focus on youth development has led to an understanding of the importance of the wellbeing, resilience and mental health of children and young people. As a result there is a growing body of research, especially over the last two decades, which increasingly recognises the complexities of learning and development across the years spent at...
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Background This study developed and appraised and intervention using attribution retraining (AR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to promote positive learning experiences and outcomes for students. Aims Students identified as endorsing low levels of adaptive attributions for success and failure in learning were invited to take part...
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This easy-to-implement programme helps educational professionals to engage and motivate students aged 8-12 who are underachieving or have low self-belief. Based on techniques from CBT and AR, the workbook, games and activities in this programme teach students how negative and positive thinking can affect learning.Believing You Can is the First Step...
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This research considered an intervention using attribution retraining (AR) techniques to promote positive learning. A total of 50 Grade 5 & 6 students participated. The AR program educated students on the importance of positive thinking, encouraged adaptive attribution beliefs and taught coping skills. Students in the AR group showed significantly...
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This paper looks at current research into how thinking influences learning. How people explain to themselves why they fail and succeed inevitably impacts on how well they learn new skills. Researchers have been developing attribution retraining programmes targeted at improving student academic achievement and learning experience through the promoti...
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Nurturing a Healthy Mind: Doing What Matters Most for Your Child's Developing Brain Edited by Michael C.NagelExisle Publishing, 2012, 240 pp., $32.99, ISBN: 9781921966026 - Volume 29 Issue 2 - Alicia Chodkiewicz

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To facilitate greater understanding as to how and why students attribute success and failure in educational situations in such differing forms