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Adaptation et validation en langue française d'une échelle de bien-être spirituel

Résumé : This study was an investigation of the relationship between psychological need fulfillment, psychosocial development, and academic motivation in university students. Two models were tested. The 1st model, derived from developmental theories, proposed that basic psychological needs of autonomy, competence, and relatedness would predict identity and intimacy achievement, which would, in turn, predict academic intrinsic motivation. A 2nd model, based on self-determination theory, proposed that identity and intimacy would predict academic motivation and that this relationship would be mediated by basic psychological needs. Results from path analyses supported the model derived from self-determination theory over the model derived from developmental theories. Competence and identity were found to be the 2 constructs most strongly associated with academic motivation. These findings support the view that identity formation plays a critical role in facilitating academic motivation in university.
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L. Velasco, Liliane Rioux. Adaptation et validation en langue française d'une échelle de bien-être spirituel. Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement, 2009, pp.102-108. ⟨10.1037/a0012858⟩. ⟨hal-01058800⟩



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