Rebecca Lazarides

U Potsdam, Educational Science
phone: +49 331 977 2132

Rebecca Lazarides is an educational researcher with interests in learning and instruction, motivational and cognitive learning processes in adolescence, gendered socialization processes and motivational development in education. Her research connects the fields of educational psychology, educational science, motivational and cognitive psychology. Within SCIoI, she will investigate the role of instruction and feedback for cognitive learning processes, intrinsic motivation, and attention.

At SCIoI, Rebecca is working on Project 06, “From understanding learners’ adaptive motivation and emotion to designing social learning companions.”



SCIoI Publications:

Spatola, N., Chevalère, J., & Lazarides, R. (2021). Human vs computer: What effect does the source of information have on cognitive performance and achievement goal orientation? Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics, 12(1), 175–186.
Lazarides, R., & Raufelder, D. (2021). Control-value theory in the context of teaching: does teaching quality moderate relations between academic self-concept and achievement emotions? British Journal of Educational Psychology, 91(1), 127–147.
Lazarides, R., & Chevalère, J. (2021). Artificial intelligence and education: Addressing the variability in learners’ emotion and motivation with adaptive teaching assistants. Bildung und Erziehung, 74(3), 264–279.
Kirtay, M., Chevalere, J., Lazarides, R., & Hafner, V. V. (2021). Learning in Social Interaction: Perspectives from Psychology and Robotics. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL), 1–8.

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