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Achievement motivation 1018-07 SV

Achievement motivation 1018-07 SV - Achievement motivation...

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Achievement motivation: Cultural and Ethnic issues 10-18-07
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Based on your own experience: What do you think are the factors that most motivate you to achieve? What are some factors that intrude on your motivation? Who was a teacher who motivated you as a learner? What did that teacher do that motivated you?
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Definition: a willingness to strive to succeed at challenging tasks - Motivational View - Behavioral View - Extrinsic motivation - Intrinsic motivation Achievement motivation
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Theories of Achievement Motivation 1. Need Achievement Theories: McClelland Atkinson 2. Attribution Theories: Weiner Dweck
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McClelland’s Types of motivational needs Need for achievement Need for authority and power Need for affiliation
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Need for Achievement
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Expectancy of success Achieve success = M s Avoid failure = M a f M s > M af = willingly accepts new challenges M af > M s = low achiever Value Atkinson
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Is this relevant to my future?
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