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Delaktighetens betydelse i utformandet av en hemuppgift: En experimentell studie av en stressintervention.

Sulanko, Rauli LU and Wiik, Henni LU (2011) PSPT02 20102
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet i föreliggande studie var att undersöka om delaktighet i utformandet av hemuppgiften i en stressintervention påverkade interventionens utfall och deltagarnas engagemang i uppgiften. Dessutom undersöktes sambandet mellan delaktighet och bortfall ur studien. Studien använde en experimentell design där deltagarna randomiserades till två grupper med olika grad av delaktighet i utformandet av en hemuppgift. Urvalet bestod av 71 deltagare, varav 57 studenter och 14 lärare. Deltagarnas upplevda stress och engagemang mättes med Percieved Stress Scale respektive egenkonstruerade frågor. Studien har inte kunnat påvisa något signifikant samband mellan delaktighet och effekten av interventionen. Något samband mellan delaktighet och bortfall i... (More)
Syftet i föreliggande studie var att undersöka om delaktighet i utformandet av hemuppgiften i en stressintervention påverkade interventionens utfall och deltagarnas engagemang i uppgiften. Dessutom undersöktes sambandet mellan delaktighet och bortfall ur studien. Studien använde en experimentell design där deltagarna randomiserades till två grupper med olika grad av delaktighet i utformandet av en hemuppgift. Urvalet bestod av 71 deltagare, varav 57 studenter och 14 lärare. Deltagarnas upplevda stress och engagemang mättes med Percieved Stress Scale respektive egenkonstruerade frågor. Studien har inte kunnat påvisa något signifikant samband mellan delaktighet och effekten av interventionen. Något samband mellan delaktighet och bortfall i studien har inte heller kunnat konstateras. Däremot tyder resultatet på att det finns ett samband mellan delaktighet och deltagarnas engagemang i sin hemuppgift. (Less)
Abstract
The aim of the present study was to examine whether participation in the design of homework in a stress intervention affected the outcome of the intervention and participants’ engagement to the task. The study also examined the relationship between participation and dropouts from the study. The study used an experimental design in which participants were randomly assigned to two groups with different degrees of involvement in the design of homework. The sample consisted of 71 participants, including 57 students and 14 teachers. The participants’ perceived stress was measured with Percieved Stress Scale and engagement with self-designed questions. The study failed to demonstrate any significant relationship between participation and the... (More)
The aim of the present study was to examine whether participation in the design of homework in a stress intervention affected the outcome of the intervention and participants’ engagement to the task. The study also examined the relationship between participation and dropouts from the study. The study used an experimental design in which participants were randomly assigned to two groups with different degrees of involvement in the design of homework. The sample consisted of 71 participants, including 57 students and 14 teachers. The participants’ perceived stress was measured with Percieved Stress Scale and engagement with self-designed questions. The study failed to demonstrate any significant relationship between participation and the effect of the intervention. No connection between participation and dropouts in the study has been found. The results suggest that there is a connection between participation and participant’s engagement in their homework. (Less)
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Sulanko, Rauli LU and Wiik, Henni LU
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PSPT02 20102
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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engagement, participation, preferenser, val, stress, coping, hemuppgift, engagemang, delaktighet, homework, choice, preferences
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Swedish
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1765687
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2011-02-07 15:40:44
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  abstract     = {The aim of the present study was to examine whether participation in the design of homework in a stress intervention affected the outcome of the intervention and participants’ engagement to the task. The study also examined the relationship between participation and dropouts from the study. The study used an experimental design in which participants were randomly assigned to two groups with different degrees of involvement in the design of homework. The sample consisted of 71 participants, including 57 students and 14 teachers. The participants’ perceived stress was measured with Percieved Stress Scale and engagement with self-designed questions. The study failed to demonstrate any significant relationship between participation and the effect of the intervention. No connection between participation and dropouts in the study has been found. The results suggest that there is a connection between participation and participant’s engagement in their homework.},
  author       = {Sulanko, Rauli and Wiik, Henni},
  keyword      = {engagement,participation,preferenser,val,stress,coping,hemuppgift,engagemang,delaktighet,homework,choice,preferences},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Delaktighetens betydelse i utformandet av en hemuppgift: En experimentell studie av en stressintervention.},
  year         = {2011},
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