Élodie C. Audet
McGill University
Social environmentDevelopmental psychologySelf-determination theoryPsychologyConscientiousnessSiblingIdentity (social science)Longitudinal studyAllianceQuality (business)Task (project management)Big Five personality traitsNeed satisfactionIdentity developmentAutonomy supportContrast (statistics)Social psychologyOpenness to experienceAdaptation (computer science)Neuroticism
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#1Élodie C. Audet (McGill University)
#2Shelby L. Levine (McGill University)H-Index: 4
Last. Stephanie Barcan (Dawson College)
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Abstract Many students struggled with the abrupt transition to online classes required by the COVID-19 pandemic. The present research used a self-determination theory framework to examine the role of the Big 5 personality traits in university students' adaptation to online learning, measured by their quality of motivation, subjective well-being, self-efficacy, online engagement, and online satisfaction. A longitudinal study was conducted across the 2020 fall semester and included a total of 350 ...
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#1Élodie C. Audet (McGill University)
#2Shelby L. Levine (McGill University)H-Index: 4
Last. Richard Koestner (McGill University)H-Index: 75
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Forming an identity is a critical developmental task that is affected by important people in an individual’s social environment, such as friends and family members. This investigation compared whet...
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#1Élodie C. Audet (McGill University)
#2Shelby L. Levine (McGill University)H-Index: 4
Last. Theodore A. Powers (UMass: University of Massachusetts Amherst)H-Index: 17
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