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Parental Control and Junk-Food Consumption: A Mediating and Moderating Effect Analysis
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Parental Control and Junk-Food Consumption: A Mediating and Moderating Effect Analysis

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2012 May, Vol.42(5), pp.1241-1265 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Investigating the motivations underlying harmful social behaviors and the motivational nature of social norms
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Investigating the motivations underlying harmful social behaviors and the motivational nature of social norms

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2013 Oct, Vol.43(10), pp.2146-2157 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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An investigation of the unique, synergistic and balanced relationships between basic psychological needs and intrinsic motivation
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An investigation of the unique, synergistic and balanced relationships between basic psychological needs and intrinsic motivation

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2013 May, Vol.43(5), pp.1050-1064 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Lovers With Happy Feet: The Interdependence of Relationship and Activity Factors for Individuals Dancing With a Romantic Partner
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Lovers With Happy Feet: The Interdependence of Relationship and Activity Factors for Individuals Dancing With a Romantic Partner

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2012 Apr, Vol.42(4), pp.939-963 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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How basic need satisfaction and dispositional motives interact in predicting flow experience in sport
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How basic need satisfaction and dispositional motives interact in predicting flow experience in sport

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2013 Apr, Vol.43(4), pp.687-705 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Linking exercise and causality orientations to change in well-being among older adults: does change in motivational variables play a role?
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Linking exercise and causality orientations to change in well-being among older adults: does change in motivational variables play a role?

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2013 Jun, Vol.43(6), pp.1259-1272 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The Influence of Chronically Accessible Autonomous and Controlling Motives on Physical Activity Within an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior
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The Influence of Chronically Accessible Autonomous and Controlling Motives on Physical Activity Within an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2011 Feb, Vol.41(2), pp.445-470 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Examining antecedents and outcomes of part-time working nurses' motives to search and not to search for a full-time position
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Examining antecedents and outcomes of part-time working nurses' motives to search and not to search for a full-time position

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2013 Aug, Vol.43(8), pp.1608-1623 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Meta-Perceptions of the Coach-Athlete Relationship, Achievement Goals, and Intrinsic Motivation Among Sport Participants
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Meta-Perceptions of the Coach-Athlete Relationship, Achievement Goals, and Intrinsic Motivation Among Sport Participants

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2010 Nov, Vol.40(11), pp.2750-2773 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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How job characteristics relate to need satisfaction and autonomous motivation: implications for work effort
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How job characteristics relate to need satisfaction and autonomous motivation: implications for work effort

Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 2013 Jun, Vol.43(6), pp.1342-1352 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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  1. Vansteenkiste, Maarten
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