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The Effects of Self-Regulated Learning on the Relationship between Feedback and Emotion

Li Yang1,Fangping1,Jiang Yuan2(1.Department of Psychology,Capital Normal University,Beijing 100037;2.Devision of Sport Psychology,Beijing Sport University,Beijing 100084)  
The article studied 99 High-school students' emotional experiences,physiological changing and the performance in emotional evaluation task to explore the relationship between feedback types and emotion,and the effect of students' SelfRegulated Learning Competence(SRLC).The results showed that:1)High-SRLC students who received negative feedback and low-SRLC students who received positive feedback reported stronger emotional feelings;2)The physiological index changed significantly after the feedback;3)For high-SRLC students,their judgment time with feedback was significantly faster than that with non-feedback,while no significant difference appeared between those to conditions for the low-SRLC ones.
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