Effects of Grade Framing
Published: 5 February 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/tx5ypzrp9k.1
Student tasks are a common tool in advancing learning. This study assessed the effects of grade framing on task engagement and anticipated regret, using principles from behavioral economics. A sample of 365 undergraduates reported their level of engagement and anticipated regret for three scenarios depicting the grading of the same task in different fashions.
Ruppin Academic Center
Educational Psychology, Decision Making, Behavioral Economics