achievement motivation


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achievement motivation

The persistent impulse to attain a high standard of performance in any activity.
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Drawn from the 15th International Conference on Motivation, held in Thessaloniki, Greece, in 2016, and contributed by education, psychology, and other researchers working in Europe, the US, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Australia, the 12 chapters in this volume examine the role of motivation in relation to the impact of global changes on education, schools, and student learning and adjustment and how to support achievement motivation in challenging times.
Traits like achievement motivation, autonomy, innovativeness, self-efficacy, internal locus of control and risk taking have been found to have the highest predictive power in the enterprising field (Pedrosa, Suarez-Alvarez, Garcia-Cueto, & Muniz, 2016; Rauch & Frese, 2007a, 2007b; Suarez-Alvarez et al., 2014).
Agu Relationship between Self-Esteem and Achievement Motivation among Undergraduates in South Eastern Nigeria;IOSR Journal Of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Volume 13, Issue 5 (Jul.-Aug.
Besides of low service's quality, low achievement motivation is suspected as one of the causes of low library's utilization.
"Even when parents and educators know that it harms kids' achievement motivation, it's still easy to do.
Achievement goals and the hierarchical model of achievement motivation. Educational Psychology Review, 13(2), 139-156.
Achievement motivation and the dynamics of task difficulty choices.
(1996), an index of achievement motivation was calculated.
Confidence/ Achievement Motivation: "I get the most out of my talent and skills."
Perceptions of competence, implicit theory of ability, perception of motivational climate, and achievement goals; A test of the trichotomous conceptualization of endorsement of achievement motivation in the physical education setting.
Expectancy-value theory offers an important view of the nature of achievement motivation (Wigfield, 1994).