Motivation in STEM

  • Lee, S. Y., & Hall, N. C. (2020). Understanding procrastination in first-year undergraduates: An application of Attribution Theory. Social Sciences 9(8), 136. [DOI]
  • Lee, S. Y., & Hall, N. C. (2020, July). Procrastination in STEM vs. non-STEM undergraduates: An examination of the underregulation and misregulation hypothesis. Biannual Gender & STEM Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  • Jonas, E. A., Lee, S. Y., & Hall, N. C. (2020, June). PhD or MA? Humanities or STEM? Understanding graduate-level reading and writing self-efficacy. SELF International Conference, Quebec City, QC.
  • Maymon, R., Hall, N. C., & Harley, J. M. (2019). Supporting first-year students during the transition to higher education: The importance of quality and source of received support for student well-being. Student Success, 10(3), 64-75. [DOI]
  • Hall, N. C., & Sverdlik, A. (2016). Encouraging realistic expectations in STEM students: Paradoxical effects of a motivational intervention. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1109.   [DOI]
  • Simon, R. A., Aulls, M. W., Dedic, H., Hubbard, K. A., & Hall, N. C. (2015). Exploring student persistence in STEM programs: A motivational model. Canadian Journal of Education, 38(1), 1-27.   [PDF]
  • Hall, N. C., Wang, H., Rahimi, S., & Ranellucci, J. (2014, July). Online motivational interventions: Improving academic achievement in female STEM students. Gender and STEM Network Conference, Berlin, Germany.   [PDF]
  • Hubbard, K., Simon, R., Hall, N. C., & Wang, H. (2014, July). Exploring student persistence in STEM programs: A motivational model. Gender and STEM Network Conference, Berlin, Germany.   [PDF]
  • Sverdlik, A., Hall, N. C., Heckhausen, J., Rahimi, S., & Maymon, R. (July, 2014). Encouraging realistic expectations in STEM students: Differential effects of a motivational intervention. Gender and STEM Network Conference, Berlin, Germany.   [PDF]
  • Sverdlik, A., Hall, N. C., & Hubbard, K. A. (2014, April). Paradoxical effects of a motivational intervention for college students in STEM disciplines. American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.   [PDF]
  • Sverdlik, A., Wang, H., & Hall, N. C. (2014, April). A qualitative forensic investigation of an intervention that backfired. American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.   [PDF]
  • Hubbard, K., Ringo, J., Maymon, R., Ranellucci, J., & Hall, N. C. (2013, April). Improving student achievement in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) disciplines: The role of online interventions. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.   [PDF]
  • Goetz, T., Bieg, M., Ludtke, O., Pekrun, R. H., & Hall, N. C. (2013). Do girls really experience more mathematics anxiety? Conflicting evidence from trait vs. state perspectives. Psychological Science, 24(10), 2079-2087.   [DOI]