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Self-determination trajectories during police officers' vocational training program: A growth mixture analysis


Self-determination trajectories during police officers' vocational training program: A growth mixture analysis

Morin, Alexandre J.S., Gillet, Nicolas, Huart, Isabelle, Odry, Dominique, Chevalier, Séverine, Coillot, Hélène and Fouquereau, Evelyne (2018) Self-determination trajectories during police officers' vocational training program: A growth mixture analysis. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 109 . pp. 27-43. ISSN 00018791 (In Press)

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This study examines the evolution of police officers' global self-determination trajectories over the course of a vocational training program. We also examine the effects of mental load, work load, emotional load, and peer support on these trajectories. Moreover, this study documents the implications of these trajectories for a variety of outcomes (positive and negative affect, and performance). A sample of 1676 police officers completed all measures four times over the course of a vocational training. Longitudinal growth mixture analyses (GMA) revealed three distinct trajectories of self-determined motivation for the training (High, Moderate, and Low). Results showed that mental load increased the likelihood of membership into the High profile relative to the Moderate and Low profiles. Similarly, peer support increased the likelihood of membership into the High profile relative to the Moderate profile. In contrast, emotional load increased the likelihood of membership into the Moderate and High profiles relative to the Low profile. Finally, the High profile was associated with the highest levels of positive affect and performance, and the lowest levels of negative affect.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Psychology
Item Type:Article
Authors:Morin, Alexandre J.S. and Gillet, Nicolas and Huart, Isabelle and Odry, Dominique and Chevalier, Séverine and Coillot, Hélène and Fouquereau, Evelyne
Journal or Publication:Journal of Vocational Behavior
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):10.1016/j.jvb.2018.09.005
Keywords:Self-determination trajectories; Person-centered approach; Motivation; Police officers; Vocational training
ID Code:984495
Deposited By: ALINE SOREL
Deposited On:26 Sep 2018 14:24
Last Modified:26 Sep 2018 14:24


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