Self-Determination Theory in HCI: Shaping a Research Agenda
The workshop was held in two sessions - virtually in April and in-person in May in New Orleans during the CHI 2022 main conference.
Self-determination theory (SDT)—a multifaceted theory stating that people are motivated by innate and universal psychological needs for autonomy, competence, and relatedness—has become one of the most frequently used and well-validated theories used in HCI research, but its use often remains superficial and disjointed. This workshop therefore convenes researchers across application domains (games, health and wellbeing, learning, etc.) to co-create a research agenda on how SDT-informed HCI research can maximise its progress in the coming years.
Keynotes Richard Ryan - "The next 10 years of SDT research" Marc Hassenzahl - "Contextualising SDT in wider user experience and wellbeing-driven design' Yvonne Rogers - "The role and value of theory-related work in HCI"
Workshop Outputs The results from virtual and on-site sessions will be integrated into a draft research agenda after the workshop that all accepted attendees are then invited to review and refine as co-authors. Accepted papers will remain available on the workshop site prior to the event and are invited to be submitted in extended form to a special issue with Interacting with Computers, which will also publish the resulting joint research agenda.
16. Self-Determination Theory & Onboarding Interactive Augmented Social Play Spaces Danića Mast, Research Group Healthy Lifestyle in a Supporting Environment, The Hague University of Applied Science; Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science, Leiden University, the Netherlands Sanne I. de Vries, Research Group Healthy Lifestyle in a Supporting Environment, The Hague University of Applied Science, the Netherlands