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DESIRE TO EXPEND EFFORT TO EXCEL MOTIVATION
ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION –SETS GOAL AND STRIVES TO ACHIEVE IT –ACHIEVEMENT SATISFIES
AFFILIATION MOTIVATION BEING WITH OTHERS IS SATISFYING
HIGH ACHIEVERS OPTIMISTIC MODERATE RISK-TAKERS PERSIST DON’T FEAR FAILURE
PARENTS OF ACHIEVERS… SET HIGH STANDARDS MODEL ACHIEVEMENT REWARD ACHIEVEMENT USE AUTHORITATIVE STYLE
ATTRIBUTION THEORY WHY DID I SUCCEED? WHY DID I FAIL?
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE? ME—SUCCESS WAS BECAUSE I WORKED HARD, STUDIED, PRACTICED. KEPT MY HEAD DOWN, FOLLOWED THROUGH
SOMEONE ELSE… THE OTHER GUY CHEATED, HATES ME, DOESN’T PLAY FAIR. IT WAS AN EASY TEST, HARD TEST, JUST LUCK
TEACHER SHOULD… GIVE SPECIFIC PRAISE POINT OUT WHAT THE STUDENT DID “YOU MUST BE PROUD OF YOURSELF BECAUSE…”
LEARNED HELPLESSNESS I CAN’T
INTRINSIC MOTIVATION INTERNAL DESIRE TO DO THE TASK SELF-STARTER DERIVES SATISFACTION
EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION BORED NEGATIVE ATTITUDE NO DESIRE TO DO THE TASK
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