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ArtikelA Novel Approach to Assessing Achievement Goals in The Context of The 2 x 2 Framework : Identifying Distinct Profiles of Individuals With Different Dominant Achievement Goals  
Oleh: Yperen, Nico W. Van
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin ( vol. 32 no. 11 (2006), page 1432-1445.
Topik: motivation; motivation; avoidance; self - efficacy; affectivity; perfectionism; regulatory focus
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Isi artikelIn two studies, individuals’ dominant achievement goals were assessed using a new, simple, and conceptually precise measure based on Elliot and McGregor’s (2001) 2 x 2 framework. Next, the four groups were compared in terms of achievement - relevant variables, including need for achievement, perfectionism, perceived competence, interest, and graded performance. As expected, a very high percentage (approximately 85 %) of people indicated they had a dominant achievement goal. Furthermore, the results suggest that individuals with different dominant achievement goals have clear, distinct profiles that can be characterized as positively valenced (mastery - approach), both positively and negatively valenced (performance - approach), negatively valenced (performance - avoidance), or neither positively nor negatively valenced (mastery - avoidance).
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