2010 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
2008 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His main research concerns Mathematics education, Goal orientation, Teaching method, Academic achievement and Goal theory. Within one scientific family, Eric M. Anderman focuses on topics pertaining to Early adolescents under Mathematics education, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Multilevel model. His study in Goal orientation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developmental psychology and Need for achievement.
His Teaching method study incorporates themes from Expectancy theory, Self-concept and Perception. His Academic achievement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social environment and Primary education. His Goal theory research is under the purview of Pedagogy.
Eric M. Anderman mostly deals with Mathematics education, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Goal orientation and Academic achievement. His Teaching method and Goal theory study in the realm of Mathematics education connects with subjects such as Transition. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Sociology of Education and Cognition.
His work focuses on many connections between Developmental psychology and other disciplines, such as Perception, that overlap with his field of interest in Mastery learning. His research in Goal orientation intersects with topics in Cognitive development, Need for achievement, Applied psychology, Relation and Self-efficacy. He combines subjects such as Early adolescence and Primary education with his study of Academic achievement.
Eric M. Anderman focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Medical education, Mathematics education and Instrumental and intrinsic value. His study in the field of Academic achievement and Adolescent development also crosses realms of Verbal aggression and Verbal abuse. His Academic achievement study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Self-concept, Perfectionism, Compensation and Burnout.
In his study, Attribution is strongly linked to Sociology of Education, which falls under the umbrella field of Social psychology. His Student achievement study in the realm of Mathematics education interacts with subjects such as Style. His Instrumental and intrinsic value research integrates issues from Feeling, Science education and Path analysis.
Eric M. Anderman mostly deals with Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Need for achievement, Motivation theory and Point. His work in Social psychology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Structural equation modeling. In general Developmental psychology study, his work on Perfectionism and Academic achievement often relates to the realm of Best fitting, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Eric M. Anderman integrates many fields in his works, including Need for achievement and Confusion.
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Motivation and Schooling in the Middle Grades
Eric M. Anderman;Martin L. Maehr.
Review of Educational Research (1994)
Classroom Goal Structure, Student Motivation, and Academic Achievement
Judith L. Meece;Eric M. Anderman;Lynley H. Anderman.
Annual Review of Psychology (2006)
School Effects on Psychological Outcomes During Adolescence
Eric M. Anderman.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2002)
The Development and Validation of Scales Assessing Students' Achievement Goal Orientations
Carol Midgley;Avi Kaplan;Michael Middleton;Martin L. Maehr.
Contemporary Educational Psychology (1998)
Changes in Achievement Goal Orientations, Perceived Academic Competence, and Grades across the Transition to Middle-Level Schools
Eric M. Anderman;Carol Midgley.
Contemporary Educational Psychology (1997)
The classroom environment and students' reports of avoidance strategies in mathematics: A multimethod study.
Julianne C. Turner;Carol Midgley;Debra K. Meyer;Margaret Gheen.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2002)
Social Predictors of Changes in Students' Achievement Goal Orientations☆☆☆
Lynley Hicks Anderman;Eric M. Anderman.
Contemporary Educational Psychology (1999)
Motivation and strategy use in science: Individual differences and classroom effects
Eric M. Anderman;Allison J. Young.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1994)
Differences between Elementary and Middle School Teachers and Students: A Goal Theory Approach
Carol Midgley;Eric Anderman;Lynley Hicks.
Journal of Early Adolescence (1995)
Motivation and Cheating During Early Adolescence
Eric M. Anderman;Tripp Griesinger;Gloria Westerfield.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1998)
Theory into Practice
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