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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Because of the increasing popularity of sports, researchers have developed theories and extensively studied motivational factors, such as sport confidence and achievement goal orientation, in the youth sport context.
An adapted questionnaire was used to get responses about achievement goal orientation of students.
As per details, Misbah Malik D/o Malik Ghulam Sarwar in the subject of Education after approval of her thesis entitled Impact of Target Model on Achievement Goal Orientation of Secondary School Students in the Subject of Mathematics, Mohammad Zafar Iqbal Butt S/o Mohammad Iqbal Butt in the subject of Sports Sciences and Physical Education after approval of his thesis entitled Effects of Vitamin D3 Supplement on Bone and Muscle Health of Weightlifters and Powerlifters in Pakistan.
Criterion validity was assessed by examining the associations between the achievement goal orientation (Nicholls, 1989) of athletes and their conduct as measured by the CSOS.
Achievement goal orientation, as described in Achievement Goal Theory (AGT), provides a framework for understanding how individuals interpret and respond to achievement activity [3-6].
It is hypothesized, therefore, that home-school dissonance reports will be associated with middle school students' reports of academic efficacy and achievement goal orientation and in turn, these factors will be associated with academic cheating reports.
Students' achievement goal orientation was measured using 12 items from the Patterns of Adaptive Learning Survey (PALS; Midgley et al.
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.
Kim, "Development of an academic achievement goal orientation scale," Korean Journal of Educational Psychology, vol.
Thus, the present study provides supporting evidence that further investigation of the role of implicit self-theories of motivation and performance in achievement goal orientation is a viable and necessary line of enquiry.