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Personal and contextual antecedents of achievement goals: their direct and indirect relations to students' learning strategies
In this correlational research, we investigated to what extent achievement goals, in conjunction with need for achievement and fear of failure as well as perceived classroom goal structures, are related to learning ...
Enriching the hierarchical model of achievement motivation: autonomous and controlling reasons underlying achievement goals
(John Wiley and Sons Ltd., 2014)
Background: The hierarchical model of achievement motivation presumes that achievement goals channel the achievement motives of need for achievement and fear of failure towards motivational outcomes. Yet, less is known ...
Building on the enriched hierarchical model of achievement motivation: autonomous and controlling reasons underlying mastery goals
(Ubiquity Press Ltd., 2016)
Two motivational theories - the Achievement Goal Theory and Self-Determination Theory - have recently been combined to explain students' motivation, making it possible to study the "what" and the "why" of learners' achievement ...