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Title: EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF MOTIVATIONAL CLIMATES ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL GOAL ORIENTATION ON FEAR OF FAILURE - AN INTEGRATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Authors: GENEVIEVE YONG MEI QI
Keywords: Achievement Goal Theory, fear of failure, person-environment fit, motivational climate, achievement motivation
Issue Date: 9-Feb-2022
Citation: GENEVIEVE YONG MEI QI (2022-02-09). EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF MOTIVATIONAL CLIMATES ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL GOAL ORIENTATION ON FEAR OF FAILURE - AN INTEGRATIVE PERSPECTIVE. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The 2x2 model of Achievement Goal Theory (AGT) utilises goal orientations to frame how individuals interpret and respond to achievement (Elliot & McGregor, 2001). The present study proposed the theoretical integration of two concepts - hierarchical distinction of achievement goals and principle of person-environment fit - into AGT to account for environmental influences (i.e. motivational climates) in the achievement motivation pathway. A questionnaire comprising of Achievement Goal Questionnaire – Revised, Patterns of Adaptive Learning Styles, Parent-Initiated Motivational Climate Questionnaire-2 (PIMCQ-2) and Performance Failure Appraisal Inventory (PFAI) was administered to undergraduates (N = 227) in Singapore. Results indicated that motivational climates have both direct and interaction effects on the achievement motivation pathway. Mastery motivational climates initiated by parents and learning environment moderated the relationship between goal orientation and fear of failure. Patterns of interaction effects found that motivational climates initiated by parents and learning environments moderated this relationship in qualitatively different ways.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/227618
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