Achievement Goal Orientations and Intrinsic Motivation in Physical Fitness Testing With Children

@article{Goudas1994AchievementGO,
  title={Achievement Goal Orientations and Intrinsic Motivation in Physical Fitness Testing With Children},
  author={M. Goudas and S. Biddle and K. Fox},
  journal={Pediatric Exercise Science},
  year={1994},
  volume={6},
  pages={159-167}
}
This study examined the relationship between dispositional achievement goal orientations and intrinsic motivation following physical fitness testing. Students, aged 11–15 years, completed the Task and Ego Orientation in Sport Questionnaire, participated in the 20-m progressive shuttle run test, and then completed a modified Intrinsic Motivation Inventory (IMI). Using their goal orientations, students were placed into one of four groups: low in both task and ego, high ego/low task, high task/low… Expand
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