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. (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2019.801
  • Feasibility of a Pilot Study using Reversal Theory States to Test Holistic Interventions to Maximize Cancer Survivors’ Quality of Life. Daniel C. Hughes, Alexis Ortiz, Luz Garcini, Monica Serra, Lisa Kilpela, Darpan Patel, Dorothy Long Parma, Edgar Munoz, Angelika Lapetoda, Amelie G. Ramirez, Julissa Marin, Nydia Tijerina Darby, and Brandi T. Cuevas. (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2019.802

Volume 7: 2018

  • The Role of Meta-Motivational States in Sexual Risk-Taking Intentions During Condom Negotiation. Shayna Skakoon-Sparling & Kenneth M. Cramer (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 (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 (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2018.704

Thought Piece

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

Volume 6: 2017

  • Ideology and Societal Values: A Reversal Theory Perspective. Michael J. Apter (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.601
  • Impact of Test-Taking Setting on Conformist-Negativistic States and Measures. Mikaela Bevan & Kenneth M. Cramer (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 (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.603
  • Interprofessional Collaboration in Reversal Theory Science. Amy Marie Poindexter and Kelli Lee Kramer-Jackman (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.604
  • Reversals and the Pathway to Action. Michael J. Apter (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 (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2017.606

Volume 5: 2016

  • Understanding Reversal Theory: Six Critical Questions. Michael J. Apter (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2016.501
  • Architecture and the Protective Frame. Sally Augustin and Michael J. Apter (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2016.502
  • Is Motivational Style Related to Sex or Gender Identity? A Study of Young Singaporeans. Richard Howard (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 (Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2016.504

Volume 4: 2015

  • Exploring the Concept of Focus in Reversal Theory. Michael Apter  (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.401
  • Lecture Engagement and Metamotivational States: Tracking and Intervention. Kenneth M. Cramer, Kathryn D. Lafreniere  (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 (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  (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.404
  • Elaborating the Mastery State and the Confidence Frame. Jonathan R. Males, John H. Kerr, Joanne Hudson  (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.405
  • Characteristics of Pet Owners: Motivation and Need Fulfillment. Kari A. Lustig, Kenneth M. Cramer  (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2015.406

Volume 3: December 2014

  • Introduction to The Design Issue. Steven Fokkinga, Pieter Desmet  (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.301
  • Towards a Theory of Things: Reversal Theory and Design. Michael J. Apter (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.302
  • Reversal Theory from a Design Perspective. Steven Fokkinga and Pieter Desmet (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.303
  • Found in Translation: Bringing Reversal Theory to Design for Play. Mathieu A. Gielen, Lieselotte van Leeuwen (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.304
  • Waiting Experience in Railway Environments. Mark Van Hagen,  Mirjam Galetzka, Ad Th. Pruyn (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 (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.306
  • The Adventure of Hospitalization. Freya Ruijs (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.307
  • Redesigning the theme park queue. Peter Blesgraaf (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.308
  • Shareables: An in-flight gift system. Roderick Huijgen (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.309
  • Beyond Blue: a Novel In-flight Dinner Ritual. Fleur A. van Midwoud (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.310
  • Bota: Facilitating a psychodiverse flight. Ilaria Scarpellini (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 (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 (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 (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 (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 (Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.205
  • Metamotivational Tendencies, Sociocultural Attitudes, and Risky Eating Behaviors. Ashlyne I. O’Neil and Kathryn D. Lafreniere (Full PDF)  DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2014.206

Volume 1: 2013

  • Developing Reversal Theory: Some Suggestions for Future Research. Michael J. Apter (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.101
  • Six Criteria of a Viable Theory: Putting Reversal Theory to the Test. Kenneth M. Cramer (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 (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  (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.104
  • A Portrait of Disaffection with School Mathematics: The Case of Anna. Gareth Lewis (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.105
  • Manipulating Motivational States: A Review. Mitzi L. Desselles and Michael J. Apter (Full PDF) DOI: 10.12689/jmep.2013.106