Home » Introduction to Self-Determination Theory: An approach to motivation development and wellness » 7. Examining variability in “Big 5” traits, Lynch, La Guardia, & Ryan (2009) found that participants reported: 7. Examining variability in “Big 5” traits, Lynch, La Guardia, & Ryan (2009) found that participants reported: 7. Examining variability in “Big 5” traits, Lynch, La Guardia, & Ryan (2009) found that participants reported: 1 point Greater extroversion, openness, and agreeableness, and conscientiousness, and less neuroticism in autonomy supportive compared to controlling relationships. Greater extroversion, openness, and agreeableness, and less conscientiousness and neuroticism in autonomy supportive compared to controlling relationships. Different levels of the Big 5 traits in autonomy supportive relationships than they did when they were with controlling others, but whether these traits increased or decreased depended on the individuals’ intrinsic values. Similar levels of all of the Big 5 traits across different relationship contexts. ======================================= 12. Which of the following is NOT true about Vasquez and colleagues’ (2016) meta-analysis examining the effects of parent autonomy support? 1 point Results indicated that parental autonomy support is related to children being more committed to their studies and performing better in school. Autonomy support had only short-term effects on children’s motivation. The findings of this study were based on examining and summarizing many other studies. Parental autonomy support is associated with better mental health and well-being. Other Questions Of This Category 17. In their cross-cultural study of Russian and U.S. adolescents Chirkov and Ryan (2001) were primarily interested in testing which of the following hypotheses?5. Which of the following statements best describes the relation between relatedness and autonomy?4. Martela and Ryan (2016) conducted a study in which they examined the impact of helping others with whom one would never come into direct contact. All participants played a fun computer game. Half…19. SDT research examining the relation between mindfulness and stress suggests all of the following EXCEPT:11. Sheldon & Krieger (2014) examined income and well-being among different types of lawyers. Results of their study suggest that:12. Regarding wellness across cultures, SDT holds that:9. Kasser & Ryan’s (2001) study of attainment for intrinsic goals and extrinsic goals found that:15. Deci, Koestner, and Ryan’s (1999) meta-analysis on the effects of rewards on intrinsic motivation indicates that:12. Van Hiel and VanSteenkiste (2009) conducted a study on the effects of obtaining different types of goals on well-being and attitudes toward death among two cohorts of older adults Results of this…8. Yamauchi and Tanaka (1998) conducted a study of Japanese school children’s motivations for doing schoolwork. Results of this study indicate that:14. In Werneke and Tomasello’s 2008 research on helping behavior in children suggests that:10. Pelletier and colleagues (2001) studied the impact of coaching style on the motivation of elite swimmers. These authors found that:\10. Niemic, Ryan, & Deci’s (2009) longitudinal study of college students’ life goal pursuits indicated that:15. Chen & colleagues (2015) conducted a similar study with participants in Peru, China, Belgium, and the U.S. These authors found that:19. Which of the following best describes the trajectory of motivation over the school years?