achievement goal orientation

achievement goal orientation

a person's general tendency to act in an ego-involved or task-involved manner.
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A recent study titled "Effect of Verbal Praise on Achievement Goal Orientation, Motivation, and Performance Attribution"' investigated the nature and impact of two common types of positive feedback.
Procrastination: Associations with achievement goal orientation and learning strategies.
College students' achievement goal orientation profiles.
In considering achievement goal orientation in the music classroom, educators would do well to realize that students might approach their performance and membership in the ensemble from dramatically different viewpoints.
We accepted peer-reviewed, published studies in which authors evaluated a relationship between reading skill level and either (a) a reading-specific competency belief or (b) an achievement goal orientation in a preschool- or school-age sample.
1994), provide support for Dweck's notion that achievement goal orientation is predictive of academic success.
Recent theoretical development in social-cognitive theory highlights the relationship between achievement goal orientation and sport behavior (Duda, 1992).
The growing research would provide an unique opportunity to appreciate the cultural independence of the relationship between achievement goal orientation on attitudes.
Based on previous research into achievement goal orientation (Duda, 2001; Duda & Ntoumanis, 2005; Liukkonen & Leskinen, 1999; Roberts et al.
For example, Casey (all names are fictitious), a hockey player whose foremost achievement goal orientation was task-orientation stated:
Results revealed that an individual achievement goal orientation profile appeared to influence the level of moral reasoning used.