7-1.docx - 7-1 How does thinking about goals differently(performance versus learning affect performance and success A person is motivated to learn from

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7-1 How does thinking about goals differently (performance versus learning) affect performance and success? A person is motivated to learn from others to increase his or her ability and achievement in learning goals. An individual is attempting to put on a good show for success objectives so others can evaluate your ability. Those who work on learning goals are not afraid to fail because they determine the cause of the failure and then try again and learn with each attempt. A person with performance goals is more concerned about how others can perceive them than about learning. This makes them take the safe way to help ensure they don't fail before others. Do you believe, as the socio-cognitive theorists do, that all learning occurs in a social context with a dynamic and reciprocal interaction of the person, environment, and behavior? I assume that learning takes place in
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