Home » Introduction to Self-Determination Theory: An approach to motivation development and wellness » 9. According to SDT research and theory which of the following best characterizes the role of parents in their children’s growth and development? 9. According to SDT research and theory which of the following best characterizes the role of parents in their children’s growth and development? 9. According to SDT research and theory which of the following best characterizes the role of parents in their children’s growth and development? 1 point Temperamental styles are passed town from parents to children that influence social adjustment and well-being. The extent to which parents support their children’s basic psychological needs critically influences their social and psychological adjustment. Peers have a much stronger influence on development than do parents. Parents play an important role in their children’s social development by teaching and enforcing social norms. Parent’s influence on their children’s development is primarily biological. =================================== 10. Which of the following is NOT an example of a need supportive parenting behavior? 1 point John likes to know where his 16 year-old daughter is at all times. He asks her to text photos of where she is to prove she’s really there. Susan asks her daughter whether she would like to work on her homework before or after she has a snack. Leigh tells her son that he is in a time out because that is the consequence for hitting his brother. She explains that he can leave his room when he has calmed down and is ready to make-up with his brother and play nicely. Devon often works the night shift so that he can be home to spend time with his daughter everyday after school. Other Questions Of This Category 11. Sheldon & Krieger (2014) examined income and well-being among different types of lawyers. Results of their study suggest that:24. Chirkov, Ryan, Kim, & Kaplan’s (2003) findings in their cross-cultural study of well-being indicate that: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?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…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…22. SDT research on employee engagement is important because:7. Examining variability in “Big 5” traits, Lynch, La Guardia, & Ryan (2009) found that participants reported:3. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the relation between SDT and B.F. Skinner’s theory of operant conditioning?9. Kasser & Ryan’s (2001) study of attainment for intrinsic goals and extrinsic goals found that:New post1. Which of the following is NOT one of SDT’s basic psychological needs:14. In Werneke and Tomasello’s 2008 research on helping behavior in children suggests that:1. Within-person variations in wellness refers to:3. Within Self-Determination Theory, the term amotivation refers to:20. Which of the following is NOT a reason for SDT researcher’s interest in studying vitality?