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"The CDSS gave me an excellent interdisciplinary and stimulating setting for my development as a researcher, and laid the foundation for my career." Andrew J. White, CDSS

Felix Dinger

Cohort:
2010
Center:
Social Sciences
Thesis Title:
Achievement Goal Theory: Addressing Fundamental yet Unresolved Questions
Current Position:
Project Officer - Multi-disciplinary Assessment and Participation of Children in Child Protection Proceedings (MAPChiPP)
First Placement:
Research Associate, University of Mannheim


Publications

2016
A Prospective Correlational Analysis of Achievement Goals as Mediating Constructs Linking Distal Motivational Dispositions to Intrinsic Motivation and Academic Achievement.
In:
Learning and Individual Differences (Vol. 50)
Pages:
30-41
Authors: Dickhäuser, O. / Dinger, F. / Janke, S. / Spinath, B. / Steinmayr, R.

2015
From Basic Personality to Motivation: Relating the HEXACO Factors to Achievement Goals (2015)
In:
Learning and Individual Differences (Vol. 40)
Pages:
1-8
Authors: Dinger, F. / Dickhäuser, O. / Hilbig, B. / Müller, E. / Steinmayr, R. / Wirthwein, L.

2013
Does Implicit Theory of Intelligence cause Achievement Goals? Evidence from an Experimental Study
In:
International Journal of Educational Research (Vol. 61)
Pages:
38-47
Authors: Dinger, F. / Dickhäuser, O.

2013
Antecedents and Consequences of Students' Achievement Goals: A Mediation Analysis
In:
Learning and Individual Differences (Vol. 28)
Pages:
90-101
Authors: Dinger, F. / Steinmayr, R. / Spinath, B. / Dickhäuser, O.

2012
In:
European Journal of Personality (Vol. 26, Issue 3)
Pages:
335-349
Authors: Steinmayr, R. / Dinger, F. / Spinath, B.

2010
In:
European Journal of Personality (Vol. 24, Issue 6)
Pages:
535-550
Authors: Steinmayr, R. / Dinger, F. / Spinath, B.

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