Issue Index

This is the index page for all Journal of Motivation, Emotion, and Personality articles. 

Volume 8: 2019

  • Empirically Verifying Metamotivational Moments: The Identification, Analysis, and Reassembly of Style Clusters. Kenneth M. Cramer & Jessica Sartori. (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2019.801

Volume 7: 2018

  • The Role of Meta-Motivational States in Sexual Risk-Taking Intentions During Condom Negotiation. Shayna Skakoon-Sparling & Kenneth M. Cramer (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2018.701
  • Understanding Exercise Behavior and Dropout through Metamotivational Dominance, Exercise Identity, and Motives. Rachel Rahman, Joanne Hudson &  Stuart W. Flint (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2018.702
  • Modelling motivational dynamics: demonstrating when, why, and how we self-regulate motivation. Laura B. Thomas, Joanne Hudson, and Emily J. Oliver (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2018.704

Thought Piece

  • Free Coding: A New Reversal Theory Methodology? Michael Apter and Gareth Lewis (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2018.703

Volume 6: 2017

  • Ideology and Societal Values: A Reversal Theory Perspective. Michael J. Apter (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.601
  • Impact of Test-Taking Setting on Conformist-Negativistic States and Measures. Mikaela Bevan & Kenneth M. Cramer (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.602
  • Telic-paratelic Dominance and State Effects on Responses to Resistance and Endurance Exercise. Yusuke Kuroda, Joanne Hudson, Rhys Thatcher, and Fabien Legrand (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.603
  • Interprofessional Collaboration in Reversal Theory Science. Amy Marie Poindexter and Kelli Lee Kramer-Jackman (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.604
  • Reversals and the Pathway to Action. Michael J. Apter (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.605
  • An Historical Analysis of Reversal Theory Conference Presentations (1995–2015). Kenneth Cramer, Nichole Summerfield, and Paige Goertzen (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.606

Volume 5: 2016

  • Understanding Reversal Theory: Six Critical Questions. Michael J. Apter (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2016.501
  • Architecture and the Protective Frame. Sally Augustin and Michael J. Apter (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2016.502
  • Is Motivational Style Related to Sex or Gender Identity? A Study of Young Singaporeans. Richard Howard (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2016.503
  • An Empirical Evaluation of the Reversal Theory State Measure Using Three Running Brand Video Commercials. Leo Watkins, Marcia Wilson, Mark McDermott, and Richard Buscombe (Abstract | Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2016.504

Volume 4: 2015

  • Exploring the Concept of Focus in Reversal Theory. Michael Apter  (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.401
  • Lecture Engagement and Metamotivational States: Tracking and Intervention. Kenneth M. Cramer, Kathryn D. Lafreniere  (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.402
  • Development and Validation of an Implicit Measure of Meta-Motivational States. Laura B. Thomas, Joanne Hudson, Emily J. Oliver (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.403
  • Respondent Self-Focus and the Internal Consistency of the Motivational Style Profile. Kenneth M. Cramer, Kathryn D. Lafreniere, Phillip A. Ianni  (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.404
  • Elaborating the Mastery State and the Confidence Frame. Jonathan R. Males, John H. Kerr, Joanne Hudson  (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.405
  • Characteristics of Pet Owners: Motivation and Need Fulfillment. Kari A. Lustig, Kenneth M. Cramer  (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.406

Volume 3: December 2014

  • Introduction to The Design Issue. Steven Fokkinga, Pieter Desmet  (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.301
  • Towards a Theory of Things: Reversal Theory and Design. Michael J. Apter (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.302
  • Reversal Theory from a Design Perspective. Steven Fokkinga and Pieter Desmet (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.303
  • Found in Translation: Bringing Reversal Theory to Design for Play. Mathieu A. Gielen, Lieselotte van Leeuwen (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.304
  • Waiting Experience in Railway Environments. Mark Van Hagen,  Mirjam Galetzka, Ad Th. Pruyn (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.305
  • Carousel of feelings: Reversal theory as a design tool. Fleur A. van Midwoud, Roderick G. Huijgen, Ilaria Scarpellini, Steven F. Fokkinga (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.306
  • The Adventure of Hospitalization. Freya Ruijs (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.307
  • Redesigning the theme park queue. Peter Blesgraaf (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.308
  • Shareables: An in-flight gift system. Roderick Huijgen (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.309
  • Beyond Blue: a Novel In-flight Dinner Ritual. Fleur A. van Midwoud (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.310
  • Bota: Facilitating a psychodiverse flight. Ilaria Scarpellini (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.311

Volume 2: January 2014

  • Putting Reversal Theory’s Model of Four Domains of Experience in the Hot Seat. Etienne Mullet, Lonzozou Kpanake, Ornheilia Zounon, Myriam Guedj, and Maria Teresa Muñoz Sastre (Abstract | Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.201
  • The Development of the Reversal Theory State Measure. Mitzi L. Desselles, Stephanie L. Murphy, and Evan R. Theys (Abstract | Full PDF | Link to RTSM-Bundled |  Link to RTSM-Branched)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.202
  • Developmental Antecedents of Proactive and Reactive Rebelliousness: The Role of Parenting Style, Childhood Adversity, and Attachment. Mark R. McDermott and Nilupa B. Barik (Abstract | Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.203
  • Paratelic-Telic State, Sexual Arousal, and Sexual Risk-Taking in University Students. Shayna Skakoon-Sparling and Ken Cramer (Abstract | Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.204
  • Why Do People Enjoy Watching Natural Disasters and Human Violence on Television? A Reversal Theory Perspective. Mariona Portell and Etienne Mullet (Abstract | Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.205
  • Metamotivational Tendencies, Sociocultural Attitudes, and Risky Eating Behaviors. Ashlyne I. O’Neil and Kathryn D. Lafreniere (Abstract | Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.206

Volume 1: 2013

  • Developing Reversal Theory: Some Suggestions for Future Research. Michael J. Apter (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.101
  • Six Criteria of a Viable Theory: Putting Reversal Theory to the Test. Kenneth M. Cramer (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.102
  • Rebelliousness, Effortful Control, and Risky Behavior: Metamotivational and Temperamental Predictors of Risk-Taking in Older Adolescents. Kathryn D. Lafreniere, Rosanne Menna, Kenneth M. Cramer (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.103
  • Motivational and Personality Predictors of Body Esteem in High- and Low-Frequency Exercisers.  Bianca L. Segatto and Kathryn D. Lafreniere  (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.104
  • A Portrait of Disaffection with School Mathematics: The Case of Anna. Gareth Lewis (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.105
  • Manipulating Motivational States: A Review. Mitzi L. Desselles and Michael J. Apter (Abstract | Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.106