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Relations of multivariate goal profiles to motivation, epistemic beliefs and achievement
Zhou,Mingming1; Adesope,Olusola O.2; Winne,Philip H.3; Nesbit,John C.3
2019
Source PublicationJournal of Pacific Rim Psychology
ABS Journal Level1
ISSN1834-4909
Volume13
AbstractWe examined whether undergraduates' achievement goal orientations could be represented as profiles and whether profiles were linked to self-reported motivation, epistemic beliefs and academic achievement. Data collected during an undergraduate course were analyzed using a clustering technique. Using the 2 × 2 goal model (Elliot and McGregor, 2001), we identified five achievement goal profiles. Our findings suggest the interaction of goal orientations supports varying interpretations of students' motivation and learning beliefs. Although no statistically significant differences in achievement were found across clusters, a High-Approach-Low-Avoidance cluster displayed an adaptive profile that was most positive towards learning and self but least anxious about exams. In contrast, a Performance-Avoidance-Dominant cluster demonstrated a maladaptive pattern of lowest self-efficacy and task value, and higher anxiety. Further, High-Approach-Low-Avoidance and Low-Performance-Avoidance clusters recognized that knowledge is not simple and authority could be questioned, compared to the other groups.
Keywordachievement achievement goals epistemic belief motivation
DOI10.1017/prp.2018.28
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorZhou,Mingming
Affiliation1.University of Macau,Taipa, Macau,Macao
2.Washington State University,Pullman,United States
3.Simon Fraser University,Canada
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
Corresponding Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Zhou,Mingming,Adesope,Olusola O.,Winne,Philip H.,et al. Relations of multivariate goal profiles to motivation, epistemic beliefs and achievement[J]. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology,2019,13.
APA Zhou,Mingming,Adesope,Olusola O.,Winne,Philip H.,&Nesbit,John C..(2019).Relations of multivariate goal profiles to motivation, epistemic beliefs and achievement.Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology,13.
MLA Zhou,Mingming,et al."Relations of multivariate goal profiles to motivation, epistemic beliefs and achievement".Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 13(2019).
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