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9 - Motivation and Affect in Multimedia Learning

from Part II - Theoretical Foundations

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 November 2021

Richard E. Mayer
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University of California, Santa Barbara
Logan Fiorella
Affiliation:
University of Georgia
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This chapter summarizes research and theory concerned with the effect of learner motivation and emotional states on multimedia learning. It describes trends and issues in the current approaches, identifies relevant theoretical models, and assesses the importance of motivation (including interest, intrinsic-extrinsic motivation, goal orientation, and self-efficacy) and affect (including positive and negative affective states) as mediators and moderators of the effects of multimedia learning on cognitive outcomes. The reviewed empirical findings indicate the strong influence of multimedia learning environments on learner motivation and affect.

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