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Motivation, Emotion, and Cognition I P NTEGRATIVE ERSPECTIVES I F ON NTELLECTUAL UNCTIONING D AND EVELOPMENT Edited by David Yun Dai Robert J. Sternberg MOTIVATION, EMOTION, AND COGNITION Integrative Perspectives on Intellectual Functioning and Development The Educational Psychology Series Robert J. Sternberg and Wendy M. Williams, Series Editors Marton/Booth • Learning and Awareness Hacker/Dunlovsky/Graesser, Eds. • Metacognition in Educational Theory and Practice Smith/Pourchot, Eds. • Adult Learning and Development: Perspectives From Educational Psychology Sternberg/Williams, Eds. • Intelligence, Instruction, and Assessment: Theory Into Practice Martinez • Education as the Cultivation of Intelligence Torff/Sternberg, Eds. • Understanding and Teaching the Intuitive Mind: Student and Teacher Learning Sternberg/Zhang, Eds. • Perspectives on Cognitive, Learning, and Thinking Styles Ferrari, Ed. • The Pursuit of Excellence Through Education Corno, Cronbach, Kupermintz, Lohman, Mandinach, Porteus, Albert/The Stanford Aptitude Seminar • Remaking the Concept of Aptitude: Extending the Legacy of Richard E. Snow Dominowski • Teaching Undergraduates Valdés • Expanding Definitions of Giftedness: The Case of Young Interpreters From Immigrant Communities Shavinina/Ferrari, Eds. • Beyond Knowledge: Non-Cognitive Aspects of Developing High Ability Dai/Sternberg, Eds. • Motivation, Emotion, and Cognition: Integrative Perspectives on Intellectual Functioning and Development MOTIVATION, EMOTION, AND COGNITION Integrative Perspectives on Intellectual Functioning and Development Edited by David Yun Dai University at Albany, State University of New York Robert J. Sternberg Yale University LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 2004 Mahwah, New Jersey London Copyright©2004byLawrenceErlbaumAssociates,Inc. Allrightsreserved.Nopartofthisbookmaybereproducedin anyform,byphotostat,microform,retrievalsystem,oranyother means,withoutthepriorwrittenpermissionofthepublisher. LawrenceErlbaumAssociates,Inc.,Publishers 10IndustrialAvenue Mahwah,NewJersey07430 CoverdesignbySeanTraneSciarrone LibraryofCongressCataloging-in-PublicationData Motivation,emotion,andcognition:integrativeperspectivesonintellectualdevelopment andfunctioning/editedbyDavidYunDaiandRobertJ.Sternberg. p. cm.—(Theeducationalpsychologyseries) Includesbibliographicalreferencesandindex. ISBN0-8058-4556-9(c:alk.paper)—ISBN0-8058-4557-7(pbk.:paper) 1.Intellect. 2.Motivation(Psychology). 3.Emotionsandcognition. I.Dai,DavidYun. II.Sternberg,RobertJ. III.Series. BF431.M72 2004 153.9—dc22 2003049396 CIP BookspublishedbyLawrenceErlbaumAssociatesareprintedonacid-freepaper, andtheirbindingsarechosenforstrengthanddurability. PrintedintheUnitedStatesofAmerica 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Dedicated to the memory of Richard E. Snow, who envisioned and championed integrative approaches to intellectual phenomena DYD RJS Contents Preface xi I. Introduction 1 Beyond Cognitivism: Toward an Integrated Understanding of Intellectual Functioning and Development 3 David Yun Dai and Robert J. Sternberg II. Cognition in Motivational and Affective Contexts 2 Motivational Effects on Attention, Cognition, and Performance 41 Carol S. Dweck, Jennifer A. Mangels, and Catherine Good 3 Role of Affect in Cognitive Processing in Academic Contexts 57 Elizabeth A. Linnenbrink and Paul R. Pintrich 4 Interest, a Motivational Variable That Combines Affective and Cognitive Functioning 89 Suzanne Hidi, K. Ann Renninger, and Andreas Krapp vii viii CONTENTS III. Intelligence and Personality: From Psychometrics to Personal Dynamics 5 Cognitive, Affective, and Conative Aspects of Adult Intellect Within a Typical and Maximal Performance Framework 119 Phillip L. Ackerman and Ruth Kanfer 6 Traits, States, and the Trilogy of Mind: An Adaptive Perspective on Intellectual Functioning 143 Gerald Matthews and Moshe Zeidner 7 Integrating Emotion and Cognition: The Role of Emotional Intelligence 175 Marc A. Brackett, Paulo N. Lopes, Zorana Ivcevic, John D. Mayer, and Peter Salovey IV. Development of Intellectual Competencies 8 Affect, Self-Motivation, and Cognitive Development: A Dialectical Constructivist View 197 Juan Pascual-Leone and Janice Johnson 9 Dynamic Integration: Affect Optimization and Differentiation in Development 237 Gisela Labouvie-Vief and María Márquez González 10 A Model of Domain Learning: Reinterpreting Expertise as a Multidimensional, Multistage Process 273 Patricia A. Alexander 11 Motivation, Emotion, and Expert Skill Acquisition 299 Neil Charness, Michael Tuffiash, and Tiffany Jastrzembski V. Intellectual Functioning and Development in Social and Cultural Contexts 12 Self-Regulating Intellectual Processes and Outcomes: A Social Cognitive Perspective 323 Barry J. Zimmerman and Dale H. Schunk CONTENTS ix 13 When Is Good Thinking? 351 David Perkins and Ron Ritchhart 14 Thought and Affect in American and Chinese Learners’ Beliefs About Learning 385 Jin Li and Kurt W. Fischer Epilogue: Putting It All Together: Some Concluding Thoughts 419 David Yun Dai Author Index 433 Subject Index 451

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