Her primary areas of investigation include Physical education, Social psychology, Mathematics education, Competence and Developmental psychology. Melinda A. Solmon applies her multidisciplinary studies on Physical education and Higher education in her research. Her Expectancy-value theory study in the realm of Social psychology connects with subjects such as Social value orientations, Throwing, Multicenter study and MEDLINE.
While the research belongs to areas of Mathematics education, she spends her time largely on the problem of Pedagogy, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Research design. Her Developmental psychology research includes themes of Prejudice, Gender studies, Feminism and Agency. Her work focuses on many connections between Self-concept and other disciplines, such as Goal orientation, that overlap with her field of interest in Adaptive behavior, Goal theory and Id, ego and super-ego.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical education, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Pedagogy and Mathematics education. Her Physical education study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Physical activity level, Goal orientation, Curriculum and Competence. Her research in Goal orientation intersects with topics in Id, ego and super-ego and Applied psychology.
Much of her study explores Social psychology relationship to Self-determination theory. Her work on Motor skill as part of general Developmental psychology research is frequently linked to Female students, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Primary education, Teaching method and Student teacher study, which is part of a larger body of work in Mathematics education, is frequently linked to Class and Context, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Melinda A. Solmon spends much of her time researching Physical education, Social psychology, Kinesiology, Social ecological model and Applied psychology. She has included themes like Teacher education and Curriculum in her Physical education study. The Teacher education study combines topics in areas such as Educational assessment and Educational research.
Her study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Perceived autonomy and Autonomy support. Her Applied psychology research integrates issues from Physical therapy, Self-efficacy and Affect. Her work deals with themes such as Socialization and Aptitude, which intersect with Medical education.
Melinda A. Solmon focuses on Social psychology, Social ecological model, Physical education, Health risk and Ecological psychology. Her research links Physical activity level with Social psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Likert scale and Gerontology as well as Physical activity level.
In her work, Melinda A. Solmon performs multidisciplinary research in Likert scale and Promotion. The study incorporates disciplines such as Applied psychology and Self-determination theory in addition to Multilevel theory.
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Impact of motivational climate on students' behaviors and perceptions in a physical education setting.
Melinda A. Solmon.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1996)
Children's motivation in elementary physical education: an expectancy-value model of achievement choice.
Ping Xiang;Ron McBride;Jianmin Guan;Melinda Solmon.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (2003)
Creating a Sense of Family in Urban Schools Using the “Sport for Peace” Curriculum
Catherine D. Ennis;Melinda A. Solmon;Barbara Satina;Susan J. Loftus.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (1999)
“...If I Had a Choice, I Would....” A Feminist Poststructuralist Perspective on Girls in Physical Education
Laura Azzarito;Melinda A. Solmon;Louis Harrison.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (2006)
Need Support, Need Satisfaction, Intrinsic Motivation, and Physical Activity Participation among Middle School Students
Tao Zhang;Melinda A. Solmon;Maria Kosma;Russell L. Carson.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2011)
Beliefs about Gender Appropriateness, Ability, and Competence in Physical Activity
Melinda A. Solmon;Amelia M. Lee;Donald Belcher;Louis Harrison.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2003)
Relationships Among Dispositional Ability Conceptions, Intrinsic Motivation, Perceived Competence, Experience, Persistence, and Performance
Weidong Li;Amelia M. Lee;Melinda A. Solmon.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2005)
Practice Schedule Effects on the Performance and Learning of Low- and High-Skilled Students: An Applied Study
Edward P. Hebert;Dennis Landin;Melinda A. Solmon.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (1996)
The Impact of Student Goal Orientation in Physical Education Classes
Melinda A. Solmon;Jerry Boone.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (1993)
Self-determination in physical education: designing class environments to promote active lifestyles
Charity L. Bryan;Melinda A. Solmon.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2007)
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